19 September, 2013

Until now, the municipal campaign looks focused on alliances than voters' expectations

Twenty four hours before Jean- Luc Rotureau, Angers deputy-mayor, and one of the key-men of the March 2014
municipal elections, will announce his decision to run, or to not run, for the mayor office, several left and centre parties made public, on the same day, their intention to be part of the campaign. If the Left Front officialized its decision to present a list in Angers with the choice to improve what is presentlty done in town regarding tranports or districts houses, it above all warned that there will not be alliance with Socialists (Frédéric Béatse's party) on the local level.

Bernadette Caillard-Humeau
On the centre, the Citizen Rally (formerly Cap 21), whose the spokesperson is Sophie Briand-Boucher, former town councillor, plans to invite the voters to think about a program aiming at improving the quality of life in the city. But that formation is also thinking of an alliance for the second run and has already identified three options : Mr Rotureau's list, the Modem and the Udi, these lasts belonging to the centre. Another former town councillor, but that one first deputy-mayor, Bernadette Caillard-Humeau, has even founded a new party, the New Democrat Ecology, she will introduce on September 20th.

Sophie Briand-Boucher
The dispersal of platforms will make necessary for many local leaders, maybe including the main contenders, Frédéric Béatse, current mayor and Christophe Béchu, Maine-et-Loire senator, his challenger, to settle alliances for the second run. The risk, for Angers inhabitants, is to move in the background the answers to their expectations.

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