28 December, 2013

No gift for Christmas on employment front

Sant Claus didn't brought any parcel on the front of unemployment. The number of joblesses increased by 0.6% during November in Maine-et-Loire after a decrease has been recorded for the previous month. Even though figures are not known for Angers and surroundings, it is now clear that such an economic and social issue will remain at the core of the electoral campaign in the month to come.

The topic was reminded to Frédéric Béatse and Christophe Béchu, both of them candidates to the Angers municipal elections and both of them said that they were only able to gather the most favourable conditions to attract companies and jobs pointing out they were not entrusted to act in place of business launchers. Both of them want to act on the positioning of Angers as a reference in the botanic sector and thinks a new design of the town around a symbol of nature - the Maine river - is appropriate.

But, beyond that point, people feel that their local representatives are rather powerless about the economic issues. These are, for each of them, the main adversary in the next municipal elections and may encourage people to abstention or even not to fit into the electoral roll, a phenomena all the candidates want to avoid. The success of the encouragements they published on their website in favor of the registration of people on the electoral roll would be for them a Christmas gift.

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