“If she said no, we couldn’t negotiate”: when Isabelle Balkany ruled Levallois

The door was still open. The comings and goings, incessant. “I called it the concierge’s office,” laughs Isabelle Balkany. In the hall of the town hall of Levallois, take the first right to find the room. It was there, for eighteen years, that the former first deputy reigned over the stronghold of Hauts-de-Seine alongside her husband, Patrick, released on August 5, 2022 after six months in prison in Fleury-Mérogis. .

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