The election defeat of outgoing Montreal City Council chairwoman Susie Miron was confirmed Friday after a judicial recount.
MMe Miron, who represents the Tétreultville district in Mercier – Hochelaga-Maisonneuve, was chairman of the Municipal Council until the last ballot, losing by 55 votes, according to a Quebec court.
On the evening of November 7 his opponent Julian Honald-Radelle (Ensemble Montreal) won. But like the margin that separated him from MMe Miron (Project Montreal) is too short, and Valerie Plante’s party wants the ballot box to be counted.
In the end, Mr. Honald-Radelle received 5,153 votes, while Susie Miron received 5,098 votes.
The other five counts have been finalized since the beginning of the week. They all affirmed the verdict announced the day after the municipal election, especially the mayors of the Grazia Kasoki Kadawa district in C -te d’Ivoire – Notre-Dame-de-Grace, Laurent Despoise outremond and Carolyn Bourgeois Riviere-des – Prairie-Bryce – Prairie.
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