The 2023 federal election saw the victory of the United Democratic Union and the defeat of the Green Party

The 2023 federal election saw the victory of the United Democratic Union and the defeat of the Green Party

Blaise Mele: “If I leave in four years, it will be to win”

The CDU in Valais, whose Le Temps party had previously followed the National Council campaign, reacted sharply to its results. Happy loser, comes out fully motivated

He had to force himself a little, please Millie. To shake hands, campaign, and pull his head out of the shadows and out of these issues that he loves. The CDU in Valais was not elected to the National Council for which it was running. However, it is the smile that dominates the front of the party in Sion, which results in: “I am very happy. I had no illusions, it was very difficult to get elected. “At the beginning of the campaign, I thought I would come fourth on my list, it was a done deal,” commented the man who is also head of the economics department at the University of Bern.

Blaise Millie in the countryside at Châble desalpe, Espace Saint-Marc, as part of an event
Blaise Millie in the countryside at Châble desalpe, Espace Saint-Marc, as part of the “Bagnes, Capital of Raclette” event. — © David Wagner for Le Temps

Rediscovery Photo by Blaise Millie

With 11,744 votes, he is happy with the results achieved in his district, between Sierre and Annivier: “Where people know me, things have gone very well. Popularity is almost all that matters, and we see it in the striking force of the departures.

Target: Municipality

Blaise Milly, who is already a member of the Grand Council of Valais, says, “We have to be patient, and work,” and that one day, it may “end its effects.” Buoyed by the votes collected, he is already waiting for another election: the municipal elections of 2024: “There has never been a UDC in the executive power of Sierre. Being the first would make me really happy.” And the federals of 2027? “It is tempting. “If I leave again, it will be to win.”

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