The librarian of the Maine-et-Loire is the candidate of Lutte Ouvrière, in the second district of Mayenne. Jean-Luc Placé is her deputy.
“There is nothing to expect from governments. Whether of the right, left or center. “Maryse Lépron, librarian of 59 years of Trélazé (Maine-et-Loire), is the candidate of Lutte Ouvrière (LO) in the second district of Mayenne.
“It’s workers to have confidence in them. To take power, “ continues Maryse Lépron.Capitalism ? “A dead end” . Emmanuel Macron? ‘ is an enemy of the workers. “
Maryse Lépron has worked for LO for over 40 years. “As soon as I became interested in the world, I became interested in politics. “
Jean-Luc Placé, director of the Herberie theatre in Pouancé (Maine-et-Loire) is his deputy. “I campaigned to LO for over 30 years,” says the 68 year old. He had already been a candidate of Lutte Ouvrière for parliamentary elections in Loire-Atlantique and Maine-et-Loire (cantonal).