Yverdonnoise policy – “She is not parachuted because she grew up five minutes from here”

The left defends its surprise candidate in the next municipal elections, Brenda Tuosto, 31, mobility project manager. The right criticizes a candidacy “above ground” for the second city of the canton.

Betting part of its campaign on a stimulus plan and on “another way of doing politics”, the pink-green alliance defends its surprise candidate.

Romain Keller

Deprived of Place Pestalozzi, Yverdonnois politicians have visibly launched their campaign on social networks. Since the announcement of the candidates of the left alliance, the invectives are coming from all sides. In the midst of all this barnum, a lot of mayhem, already, around the surprise candidate of the Socialist Party.

Where all the political landerneau awaited Natacha Ribeaud Eddahbi, President of the Council respected in both camps, who has however recently given up on getting started, the Socialist Party therefore presents Brenda Tuosto, a few years of Council on the counter in Grandson and lumberjack of the shadow for several years for the Agglomeration of Yverdon and in the municipal services. “I have managed heavy files and I know the terrain, I feel legitimate,” said the one who recently moved to Yverdon.

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