In the town of Louannec, in the Côtes-d’Armor, elected officials give of themselves to allow residents to vote. Voters can register to be driven by car on the two Sundays of the presidential election, reports Actu.fr. It is the deputies at the town hall or the members of the Communal Center for Social Action (CCAS) who will travel to take them to the polling station.
This Thursday, only one person had so far registered to take advantage of this service, according to the town hall contacted by telephone. To access it, you must register by calling 02 96 23 20 63.
This is the first time that the municipality has implemented this system, no doubt to fight against abstention. Actu.fr reports that two other towns in the same department, Trélévern and Ploubezre, have already offered this service in the past.