27 September, 2013

Frédéric Béatse between obligations and aspirations

Frédéric Béatse with Angers students representatives
The unofficial entrance of Frédéric Béatse in the electoral campaign for the municipal elections has been confirmed by... himself. Given the fact that posters of the mayor "Aimer Angers with Frédéric Béatse" start to appear in different locations of the city, Mr Béatse considered that a press conference announcing something everybody already knew was now useless.

Nevertheless it should be appropriate that, in the next months, his supporters and, above all, the indecisive persons may notice more formalisation in his campaign, giving them knowledge about his platform and confidence in his resolution. Because the conquest of Angers town hall will not be easy.

and with French prime minister (Credit : Fr. Béatse's blog)
One of his adversaries, Jean-Luc Rotureau, recently got the support of two political centre groups both led by Sophie Briand-Boucher, former town councillor which dismissed after Frédéric Béatse succeeded to Jean-Claude Antonini, previous mayor. Mr Rotureau, who also resigned from the presidency of the minority group in the Conseil général de Maine-et-Loire, after he did so as Angers deputy mayor, visibly wants to have idle hands.

Mr Béatse, on his side, received the help of the French prime minister, Jean-Marc Ayrault. This one, during a recent visit in Angers where took place a seminar of ecologist members of government and parliament, called for unity behind Frédéric Béatse's candidacy and urged Socialists and Ecologists to join the Angers mayor. That was important but now the campaign of Mr Béatse must gain pace and get independance from his mayor's duties.

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