Anne Hidalgo

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Paris mayor Anne Hidalgo kickstarts presidential campaign in Lille

Paris mayor Anne Hidalgo’s kickstarted her campaign for the French presidency in Lille yesterday. October polls put her ninth in the first round of the 2022 election with just 5-6 per cent of the vote. At the Paris mayor’s first rally as the Socialist Party’s official candidate. her supporters expressed...

Spanish-born Paris mayor Anne Hidalgo seeks presidency of France

PARIS, France: The Socialist Mayor of Paris, Anne Hidalgo, said she will run in the 2022 French presidential election, despite polls showing she has little chance of succeeding unless she can unite the country's divided political left. Spanish-born Hidalgo, 62, became the first woman to become mayor of Paris in...

Paris mayor Anne Hidalgo aims to oust Emmanuel Macron in bid for French presidency

The socialist mayor of Paris has entered the race for the French presidency, aiming to oust Emmanuel Macron.Anne Hidalgo of the Socialist Party announced her bid to run on Sunday.The 62-year-old has centred her campaign on "overcoming class prejudice" and is the favourite to win her party's nomination.“The Republican model is disintegrating before our eyes,” she told supporters at the docks in Rouen, a city in Normandy about 75 miles northwest of the capital.“I want all children in France to have the same opportunities I had.”Ms Hidalgo joins a growing list of politicians challenging President Macron, who has not yet...

Paris mayor Anne Hidalgo to run for French presidency

The Socialist mayor of Paris, Anne Hidalgo, has announced a bid for the French presidency, saying that as a woman with working-class, immigrant roots she will try to repair the anger and divisions in French society and win back low-income workers disillusioned with the left. “The Republican model is disintegrating...

Galeries Lafayette Kicks Off Paris Tourism Campaign With Mayor Anne Hidalgo

PARIS — Tough times can serve as a unifying force, as symbolized by Galeries Lafayette’s kick-off event for the “Paris Mon Amour” campaign. It brought together politicians, tourist board authorities, fashion industry figures, Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo, Mickey and Minnie Mouse and a troupe of dancers from the Moulin Rouge.