in Quiberon, the actual property disaster fuels a vote of “anger” for the RN | EUROtoday

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The solar has lastly risen, and the automobile park connected to the church of the center of Saint-Pierre-Quiberon (Morbihan), just a few steps from the port, is beginning to replenish. Among the motorists, a local of Quiberon, positive orange down jacket and lengthy ashen hair. She readily returns to the outcomes of the European elections of June 9, which positioned Jordan Bardella's National Rally (RN) checklist properly within the lead on the peninsula. “I am delightedsays the fifty-year-old, who wishes to remain anonymous and be called Cheyenne. The reason ? The overflow of immigrants, who have everything, there is nothing left for us. And of course the housing problems and the price of gas. » Five years ago, Cheyenne sold her apartment in a family home in Quiberon and moved to the hinterland, an hour away, in Saint-Jean-Brévelay. “My goal is to return to Quiberon, but it’s complicated at the moment given the prices, I’m waiting to find the ideal accommodation”she says.

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In the commune of Quiberon, the RN obtained 30.4% of the votes, and in Saint-Pierre-Quiberon, on the entrance to the peninsula, 28.3%. Enough to trigger shock and incomprehension amongst municipal groups. “It is not linked to an internal situation in Quiberon, here there is no insecurity, no daily stress. We are in happy territory. We are very lucky”estimates Gildas Quendo, first deputy (with out label) of the city corridor of Quiberon.

Could the difficulties of entry to housing be one of many driving forces behind the vote in favor of the intense proper in Brittany, and significantly on the coast, the place the mass of second houses has created a scarcity and pushed up housing costs? actual property ? This is clear for Fanny Chappé, mayor (numerous left) of Paimpol (Côtes-d'Armor) and regional councilor for Brittany in command of housing. “It was written, we cannot stay with us, this generates anger, and anger often results in an RN vote”she says.

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Nil Caouissin, elected Breton Democratic Union (Breton get together categorised on the left) to the regional council of Brittany, notes that “housing was very little present in the campaign and in the programs”. “However, the topic creates resentment among the many inhabitantshe provides. People really feel like they’ll now not stay of their houses, and actual property rigidity is spreading inland. There is a really robust disconnect between the inhabitants and elected officers on the topic. »

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