06 September, 2013

Political summer break close to be over

Credit : Frédéric Béatse's blog
The end of the summer break is not only for kids. Two Angers politicians have that week leaked news about their possible candidacy for the mayor office. After the Laurent Gérault's attenpt to gather the Centrists, it was said that week about Jean-Luc Rotureau, deputy-mayor in charge of urbanism and housing that he rejected an agreement with Frédéric Béatse, current mayor. It is widely believed that Mr Rotureau will  "cross the Rubcon", i.e. to be a candidate against Mr Béatse what could make impossible an agreement between the two men later.

Credit : Christophe Béchu's blog
And today, Christophe Béchu, senator and president of the Conseil général de Maine-et-Loire, should make public, exactly like in 2007, his candidacy for mayor office. If it is the case, he will be the first official candidate and surely he will not wait his adversaries to enter in campaign. So the months to come could be tense. Mr Béchu remebers he missed the point by a very thin margin in 2007 against the previous mayor, Jean-Claude Antonini.

During that time, Frédéric Béatse is fully involved in his duties : his presence at the Accroche-Coeurs, in schools, in exhibitions are indications he will try to be, in mind of the inhabitants, an active mayor, worried by what is at stake for the city, giving to Mr Béchu's candidacy a more politician touch. As a symbol, the weather, till there so sunny over Angers, took this morning an Autumn colour.

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