24 November, 2011

Bernadette Caillard-Humeau on the La Rochefoucauld parking way

Her strategy is quite difficult to understand. After she announced, on the first days of October, that the La Rochefoucauld parking lot would not be free next year, Bernadette Caillard-Humeau, first deputy mayor of Angers was relieved of a part of her authorities by the mayor himself, Jean-Claude Antonini. In an interview published recently she admitted a few days ago that "it was a mistake in communication from upstream and in downstream. The talks [about this issue] were not completely finished" adding that at that time, "For me, the chapter was over".

Was it sure? In the same interview, Mrs Caillard-Humeau pointed out that the withdrawal, by the mayor, of her different authorities, was "anyway a political act". This new accusation infuriated the mayor who, consistently, withdrew a second time the powers she still had.

The fact his former allies choose recently to disown the first deputy mayor and put the emphasis on the "personal dimension" of the sanction could mean that her personality didn't let town hall members indifferent. At the very beginning of her mandate at Angers municipal council, Mrs Caillard-Humeau  demanded "a sunny office"... And what for the others?

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