Politics of Martinique
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Martinique is both an overseas region and overseas department of France, with the same political status as regions and departments in mainland France. The administrative centre of Martinique is located in Fort-de-France.
During the referendum of 24 January 2010, the residents of Martinique approved by 68.4% the creation of a new and unique territorial collectivity which is governed by the section 73 of the French Constitution. The territorial collectivity of Martinique replaces and exercises all the related power and duties of the General Council and the Regional Council.
Gran Sanblé pour ba peyi a an chans, a coalition of the Martinican Independence Movement and right-wing parties, led by Alfred Marie-Jeanne defeats Ensemble pour une Martinique Nouvelle, a coalition of left-wing parties, led by Serge Letchimy, winning 33 seats out of 51 seats of the new Territorial Collectivity's assembly during the election held on December 13, 2015 in Martinique.
On December 18, 2015 Alfred Marie-Jeanne is elected the first president of the Executive Council of the Territorial Collectivity of Martinique.
Assembly of Martinique
The Assembly of the Territorial Collectivity of Martinique is composed of 51 members elected by proportional representation in two rounds with each list having an equal number of male and female candidates. The term of the Assembly is 6 years. The current president of the assembly is Claude Lise.
|•||Gran Sanblé pou pa peyi a an chans||33|
|Ensemble pour une Martinique Nouvelle||18|
General Council of Martinique
The General Council of Martinique is composed of 45 seats whose members are elected by popular vote to serve six-year terms. The President of the General Council is Josette Manin as of 31 March 2011
|•||Martinican Progressive Party||10|
|Union for a Popular Movement||3|
|Martinican Independence Movement||2|
Regional Council of Martinique
|•||Martinican Independence Movement||28|
|Martinican Progressive Party||9|
- Notable representatives may be found in Category:Martiniquais politicians
French Senate, 2 seats
French National Assembly, 4 seats
Martinique also elects 4 seats to the French National Assembly, the last elections were held in June 2007. The Union for a Popular Movement elected 1 deputy (Alfred Almont), the Socialist Party elected 1 (Louis-Joseph Manscour), the nationalist Martinican Independence Movement elected 1 (Alfred Marie-Jeanne), and the Martinican Progressive Party also elected 1(Serge Letchimy, mayor of Fort de France).
- "La liste d'Alfred Marie-Jeanne remporte les élections territoriales 2015" (in French). 14 December 2016.
- "Alfred Marie-Jeanne : " je serai le président de tous les Martiniquais "" (in French). 18 December 2015.
- "CTM : Claude Lise élu président de l'Assemblée, les 4 vice-présidents connus" (in French). 18 December 2016.