Most of these elected officials, often newborns, belong to the two main opposition parties, the La France Insumis (LFI) and the National Assembly (RN).
> Katiana Levavasseur (RN, Eure), 51, a supermarket cleaner
The daughter of an ambulance driver and a nursing assistant, the holder of a BEP sale, this opposition municipal councilor wants to protect Newburgh (4,200 residents) from 2020. “Small-scale employers in France who, like me, get up in the morning (…) and earn 11.75 euros per hour (gross, editors note)“Mr. Macron”Yet our illiterate say, Holland calls us toothless. So a moment ago, we realized that we would never be respected“
> Jorys Bovet (RN, Allier), 29, delivery driver
It wants to fight poverty and lack of industry. “I have been working since I was 16 years old. I know the life of Mr. and Mrs. And I see purchasing power declining over the years“, He told the daily La Montagne.
> José Beaurain (RN, Aisne), 50, French vice-champion in blind piano tuner and bodybuilding
Coming from the “working class”, this former employee of a music store in Swiss, a pensioner with a disability, says that he was “tempted by”Hospitality and kindnessOf RN.
> Sébastien Delogu (LFI, Marseille), 35, taxi driver.
The son of a taxi driver and a clothing salesman, he received a patent as a free candidate and began working as a ready-to-wear salesman and security guard at the age of 18. In 2016, he fought the “Uberization” of the taxi business.
> Mathilde Hignet (LFI, Ille-et-Vilaine), 29, farm worker on her parents’ organic farm
When he was offered the job, “I didn’t think for long. I didn’t want to be blabbering on in my corner. I said to myself: Why not? He explained to AFP. During the campaign,I had a good response. People say to me: You look like us, you talk like us“
> Rachel KK (LFI, Val-de-Marne), 47, Chamberlain
The 47-year-old Franco-Ivarian and mother of 5 children, she has defined herself as a “warrior” and wants to bring the voices of “invisible” workers to the rally. This CGT worker became known during a 22-month strike by chambermaids at the Ibis Batignolles Hotel in Paris between 2019 and 2021, when she rallied to improve the working conditions of clean women in the face of management humiliation.
> Ségolène Amiot (LFI, Loire-Atlantique), 36, Insurance Teleoperators
A member of the CHSCT, he considers it a mission. “Making laws for employers is complicated“A staff member of the Aides Association and the Nantes LGBT Center since 2007, she has intervened in schools to prevent sexually transmitted infections.
> Andy Kerbratt (LFI, Lower-Atlantic), 31, telephone consultant and LGBT worker at a car support platform
He was a CGT union representative for four years before joining politics in the 2020 municipal elections.
> Christine Loir (RN, Eure), 45, carer
The daughter of a butcher and a stay-at-home mother, mother of three, she has been a member of the RN for two years.
> Antoine Vilediu (RN, Haute-Saon), 33, police officer
A former professional boxer, he is the spokesman for the Independent Professional Federation of Police, a union on the right.
> Stephanie Galji (RN, Herald), 40, is a temporary post office worker
An unmarried mother, she “continued to work” during the campaign to show that “we can get involved” when there were “not vague” situations.
> Serge Mueller (RN, Dordogne), 46, caring
Almost accidentally entering politics, his father was a crane operator-docker in Toulon and his mother was a salesman and then a mother at home.
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