A lawmaker challenging Amazon, the press secretary of Marine Le Pen, the spokespersons of Macronie… BFMTV.com has selected 10 faces to count in the half-cycle for the next 5 years.
We now know the names of the 577 men and women who will reside in the Palais-Bourbon. There are new faces who are re-elected from these deputies, but also enter the Parliament for the first time. After the legislative elections that profoundly changed the cards of the French political landscape for the next five years, BFMTV.com invites you to discover new figures that could mark the end of his term.
He became a spokesperson in 2021, Maud Bregeon now Member of Parliament for Hauts-de-Seine. The nuclear expert, the young 31-year-old woman, should delve into energy issues on the hemicycle.
Prisca ThevenotTrained as the spokesperson of the presidential party, he was elected in Hauts-de-Seine and entered the National Assembly. Rising in Stains (Seine-Saint-Denis) and running in 2017 from communist Marie-Georges Buffet’s former constituency, the 37-year-old young woman must have a prominent place in the parliamentary system that seeks to feminize the workforce. .
Rachel Keke He was also the first steward to sit in the National Assembly. He was elected at the age of 48 in Val-de-Marne on Sunday evening. swords against his employer Accor to get better working conditions and an increase in wages. almost later 2 years of strugglethe spokesperson for this movement won the case.
Alma Dufour, environmental activist, entered the hemicycle as a member of parliament for Seine-Maritime at the age of 32. As campaign manager for the Friends of the Earth association, he has been at the forefront of a campaign against the establishment of new Amazon warehouses in France, a company he condemns for “predatory behavior”.
Louis BoyardA figure in the fight against Baccalaureate and Parcoursup reform, he was elected in Val-de-Marne, becoming the youngest metropolitan MP in the history of the National Assembly. For 21 years, he once led the National Association of High School Students, advocating the convergence of struggles between yellow vests and students.
Matthew Marchio The 29-year-old new winner in the north has all the well-done head the party wants to pull off. A graduate of law and political science, he headed the party’s youth body in the Somme, crossed swords twice during departmental and regional elections, and worked with elected officials in the Hauts-de-France region. Could be one of the spokespersons of the group.
Nicholas the DragonNow the 45-year-old MP for Aisne heads one of the party’s largest federations. RN discovered her profile after her fierce battle against the closure of the funicular in her city—which she said was “anti-ecological.” Laon’s first elected RN describes himself as “patriotic, sovereign and Eurosceptic”. on its website.
Caroline ParmentierThe newly elected MP for Pas-de-Calais, 56, was the shadow of Marine Le Pen during his last presidential campaign as a press officer. Passed by the far-right magazine Herehe is also close to Jordan Bardella, with whom he worked during his victorious European campaign.
Edwige DiazThe 34-year-old actress, who came to the fore on television during the Yellow Vests crisis, has managed to play her role in recent years. Especially in the last regional elections, it took the second place. A big cat lover like Marine Le Pen, this entrepreneur was responsible for the very delicate harvest of mayoral sponsorships in the last presidential election and has just won in the historically socialist land of Gironde.
Christelle d’Intorni He managed to defeat Marine Brenier, a former MP and candidate supported by Christian Estrosi (Horizons). The 37-year-old lawyer, who is close to Eric Ciotti, the nemesis brother of the Nice mayor, could be a spokesperson for the LR group. He is one of the few new faces among right-wing MPs who have been overwhelmingly elected since 2017.