Less than a week after the Stade de France fiasco, the Sports Minister’s chief of staff resigns

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Philippe Mahé, Amélie Oudéa-Castéra’s chief of staff, left his post just days after the incidents on the sidelines of the Champions League final at the Stade de France.

The adventure was short for Philippe Mahé. Less than a week after the incidents at the Stade de France during the Champions League final, the director of cabinet for the Minister of Sports Amélie Oudéa-Castéra has resigned. According to LCI, this Friday, June 3, the minister’s entourage confirmed the information by denying any link with the incidents of Saturday, May 29 in Saint-Denis.

“No link with the events of the Stade de France”

“They decided not to continue their collaboration by mutual agreement” and “had different ways of working”, explained the relatives of Amélie Oudéa-Castéra to our colleagues. While specifying that this resignation had nothing to do with the current context. “But there is no particular link with the events at the Stade de France”. Only a few days after the hearing of the Minister of Sports before the Senate, this departure nevertheless raises questions in the midst of controversy around the incidents at the Stade de France.

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Philippe Mahé is a former prefect of Finistère, he had also worked in the cabinet of Manuel Valls when the latter was Prime Minister.

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