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Dorothée Pacaud is the new mayor of Saint-Brevin

At the end of May, Yannick Morez resigned from his mandate as mayor of Saint-Brevin, after having suffered threats and having seen his car and a gable of his house deliberately set on fire. From then on, and as provided for by the general code of local authorities, his first deputy, Dorothée Pacaud, was entrusted with the responsibility of managing the day-to-day affairs of the commune. It is also to her that the municipal majority proposed, a few days ago, to present her candidacy for mayor to the municipal council, which met this Friday evening to proceed to the vote.

Dorothée Pacaud is well known in the town. This 40-year-old mother of three children is a history teacher in a college in the Saint-Nazaire region. She entered the city council in 2014. She was second assistant to Yannick Haury, elected deputy in 2017, before joining Yannick Morez’s team and being entrusted with culture and heritage in this town of 14,500 inhabitants. , located on the banks of the Loire, opposite Saint-Nazaire.

Very quickly, the current majority pointed out that the candidacy of the deputy was unanimous. “We know that these last few months have been difficult and we hope that our city will find calm and serenity,” wrote his running mate recently in a press release. Emphasizing their desire to “pursue with energy and determination the actions and projects undertaken”. The left opposition, for its part, highlighted its openness to dialogue.

Cada opponents remain mobilized

Still, ensuring the succession of Yannick Morez will not be an easy task. Indeed, the opponents of the Cada project (reception center for asylum seekers) have begun to prepare their weapons. On the far-right Riposte laïque blog, the new mayor is described as “the main instigator of the Aurore project. She is the most determined and the most combative of the chosen ones”. On a Facebook page, the Brévinois collective for the preservation of the Pierre Attelée site called on its supporters to come in large numbers to the council for the election of the mayor and municipal councillors.

A cyberattack

As we can see, this succession takes place in a somewhat tense atmosphere. Some do not hesitate to make the connection between the knife attack perpetrated by a Syrian national, in Annecy, and the opening of the Cada near a school and a leisure center.

Dorothée Pacaud also takes the reins of the town hall while a cyberattack perpetrated a few hours before the demonstration of support for the mayor, on May 24, continues to disrupt the functioning of the community. An investigation is underway.

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