12 September, 2013

Christophe Béchu starts his battle for Angers mayor office on the ground of economy

The political agendas of the Angers mayor, Frédéric Béatse, and his main rival in the March 2014 municipal elections are, presently, completely different. While the first is involved in the duties of his office, the second has started his offensive by an occupation of the territory. Within a few days, Mr Beatse will go in Mali with the French president François Hollande, invited by the first lady, Valérie Trierweiler, native from Angers. 

So the main question will soon be : when Frédéric Béatse will, in his turn, come in the political battle? If he waits, he can be led to follow the initiatives of his rival and will have to deal with the momentum already given by the president of the Conseil général. That waiting time may even become more difficult to be understood by his supporters when other candidates will step themselves in the arena. 

As for Mr Béchu, he met some future entrepreneurs promising the economic development and employment will be the core of his campaign. The Conseil general president made already clear that he will fight for Angers mayor office on the ground of growth and jobs. Given the local and national mood, that topic is clearly a worry for many inhabitants as well as many French citizens. The economic stagnation and the subsequent level of unemployment will so be a major topic of the months to come. Even if every local candidate is far to have the command of the problem.

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