The list of New Ideas for Monaco – but also of Non-Registered Monegasques – is now the required number of candidates to present themselves.
This Monday, January 16, the NIM presented the list of its candidates for the national elections, which will take place on February 5. Chaired by Daniel Boeri, the NIM hears “ move the lines » thanks to a ” modernization of Monegasque society. »
” The NIM is committed to preparing Monaco for the children who turn ten today. Outlook 2033! In a changing world, relying on our achievements and the choices that have made Monaco successful remains necessary in the short term, especially as the economy advances. continues Daniel Boeri, who recalls the major challenges ahead for Monaco: maintaining the attractiveness of the Principality, while taking into account climate and technological issues, new competitors and societal issues.
The NIM thus opposes the Monegasque National Unionlist interpreted by Brigitte Boccone-Pagès, current President of the National Council.
Are listed on the NIM, in alphabetical order:
- Eric Battaglia
- Daniel Boeri
- Ana Crovetto
- Gaylord Crovetto
- Marc Giacone
- Jean-Charles Grassi
- Sebastien Lambla
- Jean L’Herbon De Lussats
- Hanny Leuenberger
- Jean-Michel Rapaire
- Juliette Rapaire
- Jean-Charles Tonelli
Although the NIM now has the number of candidates required to stand in the elections next February, according to the local press, Daniel Boeri hopes to quickly put together a full list of 24 candidates.
Note that the meeting with the Monegasques initially scheduled for January 19 at the Novotel is canceled. On the other hand, a permanence is planned to allow voters to exchange with the candidates. This permanence will be held at the Entrepôt (22 rue de Millo, in Monaco) on the following dates:
- from Monday 23 January to Thursday 26 January, from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.
- Monday January 30 and Tuesday January 31, from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.