Colette Privat, first woman General Councilor of Seine-Maritime, died at 95

She was a figure in the political life of Seine Maritime, Colette Privat died at the age of 95, on the night of Tuesday to Wednesday, in the nursing home where she resided.

Mayor of Maromme from 1977 to 1998, first woman General Councilor of Seine Maritime from 1967 to 2004, elected twice deputy, member of the Communist Party.

Everyone who had the good fortune to be around her knew the admirable woman that she was.

She was respected and admired far beyond the ranks of the Communists

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A fighting woman, my generation owes him a lot “adds the mayor of Maromme David Lamiray.

MEP David Cormand greets on his Facebook page a “woman who embodied proximity, righteousness, humanism and sharing and emphatic intelligence “

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Didier Chartier, PCF activist and former elected to the city of Rouen, points “an example of militant and elective commitment, appreciated well beyond his political family “

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