Former municipal councilor Stéphane Desjardins is running under the banner of Longueuil Citoyen as a candidate for the possible by-election in the Iberville district.
“I know the city well and I am available to help the citizens of Iberville. With Longueuil Citoyen, it is possible for me, as for all citizens of the district, to help change things, launched Stéphane Desjardins, in a press release.
A resident of Longueuil for nearly 30 years, Mr. Desjardins was municipal councilor from 2001 to 2009, as well as president of the borough. de Saint-Hubert from 2005 to 2009.
“The elected officials of Longueuil Citoyen are proud to present such an experienced candidate who is, at the same time, a bearer of change for the citizens of the Iberville district,” presented the opposition leader Xavier Léger. Stéphane’s involvement in the community over the years represents the values of our party and reflects our team’s commitment to the citizens of Longueuil. ”
Mr. Desjardins founded the Club optimiste Saint-Hubert-Payer and was also involved in the governing board of Gaétan-Boucher school, in addition to various volunteer experiences.
Some of its commitments will be specified on its Facebook page, it is written.
So far, two other Longueuil residents have indicated their interest in representing the citizens of Iberville, a district that has been vacant since February. They are Alvaro Cueto-Munoz and Guy Sauvé, both independent candidates.
The holding of the by-election, the date of which should be set in 2021, remains uncertain, however, while a ministerial decree prohibited September 30 from holding elections in the red zone.