Ségolène Royal’s visit continued in the Cap Corse. At a meeting held at the semaphore Tollare, it announced the creation of a traffic regulation in the scope of the future marine park.
In a day it will have traveled from coast to coast, the Cap Corse. Traveling on the island since Friday, Segolene Royal was first arrested in the village of Poggio-d’Oletta yesterday morning before joining the sea, the semaphore Monte Grande Tollare. A busy program for the Minister for Ecology, Sustainable Development and Energy, which began with a promise. On land Annette Leccia, who made wine organic production a success, aid in financing the development of the sector in Corsica have been announced.
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