Legislature in Lot-et-Garone: Michelle Lausana, one assessment, two satisfaction and two regrets

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Can conclusions be drawn from the mandate of the outgoing Deputy LREM (and Renaissance candidate)?

Parliamentary majority deputy Michelle Lausana returned her mandate. A former mayor of Bon-encontra (then a PS member), he joined La Repubblica en March in 2016 and was elected to the National Assembly in June 2017. In the second round, Mayor Agen Jean-Dionis (UDI) lost easily in the first round, getting about 56% of the vote.

Michelle Lausana was a member of the Finance Commission, then chaired by Eric Worth.
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For five years, Lot-et-Garon’s deputy palace was rather harsh in Bourbon. The independent site datan.fr indicates that the participation rate for the Hemisicycle Pride vote is 94% (average rate of all deputies: 91%), for the specialization vote 31% (average 36%) which is the vote on a particular subject. Such as economy, environment etc.

4,417 text votes were cast

During the 15th legislature of the Fifth Republic, deputies voted 4,417 times and the average turnout of elected officials was 18%. This score is often lower, due to the organization of work in the Assembly (a vote may be held at the same time as a committee meeting in a plenary session); Michelle Lausana has 20% – but she has voted 4,417 times.

Earlier, the government has raised questions.

Earlier, the government has raised questions.
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The website nosdeputes.fr (Citizen Observer of Parliamentary Activities) also draws a statistical assessment of Michel Lausana’s order, 378 appearances on the committee (finance), 191 interventions on the committee, 110 amendments, 9 written reports, 88 proposals, 1 bill signed. No. 4,638, raised in November 2021 and relating to democracy in health), 48 written questions were given to the government and 6 oral questions.

The two independent sites therefore show regular activity, and a clear interest in health issues (Michelle Lausana, it should be remembered, is a general practitioner, still in practice). His last verbal questions to the government explain this: the fight against breast cancer (October 2021), the vaccine strategy (March 2021), the fight against pediatric cancer (September 2019), and the employment of people with disabilities (May 2019).

Two memories for which he is proud

Of all the texts studied during his tenure, all of the committee meetings, and other debates on the hemisphere, did Michelle Louzana retain two successes and two regrets?

“I am especially proud to be working on the Pediatric Cancer Bill. It originated from the modem at the time, and as vice president of the Cancer Group in the National Assembly, I directed the work of our parliamentary group in this text. It made it possible to open a ten-year strategy, we were caring for the caregivers, the families of the patients, the specific funds were dedicated to the sick children, etc. I was. The coordinator for most of this very important lesson. “

One of the many deputies (here, under the TV screen, listening to former Prime Minister Edward Philip).

One of the many deputies (here, under the TV screen, listening to former Prime Minister Edward Philip).
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“I have other wonderful memories, but here is a recent one, depicting the work of a field deputy. I fought for a medical branch based in Vienna. We have found a financial arrangement with the state. This antenna is about to be made, and it will deal especially with the home of the elderly. A deputy not only makes the law, it also works for his region. “

Two regrets

“I am sorry to say that I did not see the emergence of a law aimed at ensuring and strengthening human rights at the end of life. Deputy Jean-Louis Torrein made a proposal. [NDLR : en janvier 2021], We work on this text but it never goes away. There is no doubt that other health laws were considered a priority, and I hope that this important lesson in the end of life will be effective during the next legislature.

“Another pity: I probably haven’t promoted agriculture enough, which is a matter of the future. We talk a lot about organic, but be careful, we don’t have enough to feed. Protect the idea that we have healthy agriculture we must do more for farmers We need to listen to them, understand their problems, find solutions and, above all, not weaken them. “

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