01 July, 2013

Jean-Luc Rotureau sets date

He was silent since the last months. But, after the meetings the main leaders or their supporters organized recently as warm-up laps, Jean-Luc Rotureau could not longer stay mute. So, regarding his possible candidacy for the mayor's office, he just set date : "I shall announce my decision after the summer holidays. I'll do what I believe to be fair. I have to measure the collective forces which goes beyond the parties", he said to the daily Ouest-France.

Credit picture:  www.rotureau.fr
During the lastest weeks, Frédéric Béatse, Angers mayor, and Christophe Béchu, president of the Conseil général de Maine-et-Loire, had, through the intermediary of close colleagues, several opportunities to get themselves talked about. That was not the case of Mr Rotureau who doesn't want to be left behind the mediatic concert which will take place from September.

That strategy has an advantage. Mr Rotureau who, as many inhabitants, can't predict what will be the result of the ballots, must take time to carefully consider the different political trends from left, right and centre. He can't assume which of them will be allies of foes. If he surely knows the platform of Mr Béatse whom he is the deputy-mayor in charge of housing, he has no information about the others. And this is the limit of the line he follows, to become dependant on the announcements of the other candidates. But surely, he will talk and act.

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