21 March, 2013

Minds are warming up in the Angers majority city council

Frédéric Béatse
The visit, on March 22 of the French prime minister, Jean-Marc Ayrault, takes place when the solidity of Angers majority city council looks severely tested. After a new surge of criticism from the down town store owners community against Angers town hall, the mayor, Frédéric Béatse, was due to recall one of his deputy mayor. That one, Jean-Pierre Chauvelon, had denounced, carelessly according to Mr Béaste, an offense from a store owner which had not been committed....

Jean-Luc Rotureau
On the following day, another deputy-mayor, Jean-Luc Rotureau, himself candidate against Mr Béatse inside the Socialist majority town council, invited inhabitants for a debate on the issue "Can we still trust the political action?". It is not impossible that the PM be questionned by Mr. Béatse and Mr Rotureau about the decision of the Socialist party to organize or not primaries in the left side before the 2014 municipal ballots. But Mr Ayrault has probably others worries in mind...

Jean-Pierre Chauvelon
It becomes important for Mr Béatse to pacify the relations between his majority and the Angers store owners, a visible and influent community about Angers inhabitants and to restore a kind of discipline inside his own camp. The pursuit of such a trend would damage his assets and will strenghen Mr Rotureau and also the opposition contenders.

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