13 September, 2013

Angers 2014 : Jean-Luc Rotureau's reflection shakes the political circles

Credit picture : Jean-Luc Rotureau
A brain storming is starting to fill the minds of the Angers political represen-tatives, from left, centre and right, already involved in the 1st and even the second run of the March 2014 municipal elections. After he rejected an offer from Frédéric Béatse, Angers mayor, to come after Daniel Raoul as Maine-et-Loire senator and to to be member of the board of Angers Loire Metropole, Jean-Luc Rotureau, current Angers deputy mayor, has met Bernard Dupré, head of the centrist Modem, minority at the city council. An alliance between Mr Rotureau and the Modem is presented as "an hypothesis".

Bernard Dupré
Mr Rotureau has not, until now, made up his mind about a candidacy to the Angers mayor office, which would transform him in a frontal competitor of the current mayor. For that, he has first to consider the number of supporters he may get whatever be their political membership. The choice is planned for the end of the month.

Laurent Gérault
Because the relationship between the Angers mayor and deputy major looks to be in a dead-end, Mr Béatse could be led to turn himself towards the centrists of the city council whose components are the Modem (Mr Dupré) and the Udi (Laurent Gérault), themselves divided. These will probably be approached by the conservative candidate, Christophe Béchu, president of the Conseil general de Maine-et-Loire. Another phenomena is appearing : the Angers automatic presidency of Angers Loire Métropole is questionned. That perspective could be a new element to integrate in current reflections (Credit pictures : Angers city).

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