14 February, 2014

Frédéric Béatse and Christophe Béchu : geographic approach versus thematic outlook

Frédéric Béatse et Christophe Béchu ne partagent pas la même vision d'Angers. Mais la campagne électorale illustre aussi que leur présentation des questions à traiter diffère. Là où l'un parait privilégier un traitement quartier par quartier, l'autre semble plus enclin à considérer qu'il faut avancer les projets thème par thème. 

If Frédéric Béatse and Christophe Béchu have distinct visions about Angers future, they may also have different strategies to conquer the majority of the future Angers town council. While the Ump candidate (conservative) choose to settle his committee room in one of the most bustling ways of Angers, the Voltaire street, his Ps challenger (labour) opted for offices in the some of the main district of the town. Another difference may appear in the different manners the two candidates display their respective programmes. 

Frédéric Béatse choose to detail his ideas more geogra-phically than by issue while Christophe Béchu is doing the opposite. Few by few, the Aimer Angers page dedicated to the current mayor's campaign makes appear the proposals of Mr. Béatse quarter after quater : Angers centre, Belle-Beille and now Angers South. On the opposite the Angers pour vous website tackles the different fields Mr. Béchu considers they have to be dealt, the last one being the streets. 

"The conditions of the ways, of the pavements, the cleanliness, the collection of household garbages are important stakes for Angevins. Those problems must find tangible and quick answers", explains Christophe Béchu in an insight about the daily life of Angers inhabitants. On the web site of his platform, Frédéric Béatse precise the layouts he plans for the Southern district of the city : "the organisation of squares, cyclable lanes and the renovation of streets", illustrating the fact through the details of their respective programmes, the two candidates may share identical standpoints. 

Hopefully, the two candidates several times reaffirmer common values. Christophe Béchu supporter Frédéric Béatse in his will to fight extremisms when the tree symbol of secularism was twice beheaded. And Frédéric Béatse has just supported Christophe Béchu after one of his volunteers was assaulted during a poster campaign. 

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