Presidential candidate Eva Joly went to the Grand Temple in Paris last night

Wednesday, 18 January 2012

Presidential candidate Eva Joly went to the Grand Temple in Paris last night



Eva Joly (December 5, 1943) is a Norwegian-born French magistrate and politician for the French Green Party. On 7 June 2009, Joly was elected as a French member of the European Parliament on the Ile de France "Europe Écologie" list, on which she was 2nd to Daniel Cohn-Bendit. In 2011, Joly was competing in the primaries of Europe Écologie - Les Verts against Nicolas Hulot, Stephane L'Hommme and Henri Stoll to represent the merged parties at the president of France in the election of 2012. She was elected in the second round of voting against Hulot, with 58%.


Last night, according with an official note sent by CAEx (Chancellery on Foreign Affairs) to APMR's Secretary-General and quoted by JM, Eva Joly officially attended a Masonic meeting in Rue Cadet, Paris, at the invitation of the Grand Orient of France, to debate on her view of France for the next term as a possible President of the country.

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