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I have been working for 15 years on the energy and ecological transition of Europe as an engineer and urban planner. I came to live in the Netherlands 5 years ago to fully live my European citizenship, to discover another culture and to get involved locally. For me, it is fundamental to contribute to the society in which we live.
I am committing myself today to represent the French people of the Benelux, who know better than anyone that Europe is our foundation and our horizon. As a pan-European party, Volt is best placed to represent them tomorrow in the National Assembly.
Through Volt, I want to complete a political, sovereign and democratic Europe. But our movement goes far beyond that: we have set ourselves the goal of reinventing politics and reinvolving all citizens in public affairs. Volt applies internally the recipe it proposes externally: a transparent, positive, bottom-up, participatory movement.
With a doctorate in Physical and Analytical Chemistry from the University of Paris VI, for almost 20 years, my expertise has enabled companies to place sustainable development in their DNA and to take advantage of it to increase their competitiveness and attractiveness.
I also work on the integration of diversity, equity and inclusion in corporate strategy to foster innovation. My community life is rich, and I have been campaigning for several years to ensure that the voice of the "invisible" is heard.
Saving our planet, protecting people and advancing economic growth are all part of the same battle, and Volt understands this.
I am committed to representing the French people of the Benelux so that our priorities (climate, sustainable entrepreneurship, democratic renewal…), in a word, the Europe of the 21st century, are at the forefront of decisions that concern them
Priority 1: Creating a 21st century Europe: democratic, ecological and sovereign.
We want to create the Europe of the 21st century: establishing a European parliamentary democracy, carbon neutrality by 2040, fiscal and social convergence, European digital and energy giants, a truly integrated rail network, an R&D budget of 4% of European GDP, and the development of Inclusive Artificial Intelligence. These are all essential measures to facilitate European entrepreneurship and allow our start-ups to reach their full potential on our continent.
Volt wants to put an end to unanimous decisions by Member States, to speak with one voice on the international stage, to create a real European Defence, in short to regain our sovereignty.
Priority 2: Updating France's democratic software
A new democratic contract will have to be designed, so that institutions are open, responsible and accountable. This means honest and rational policy debates, more representation of women and minorities, proportional representation of elected representatives, a more central role for the legislature and radical decentralisation. Democracy must also apply in the workplace where employees and entrepreneurs can make the best decisions together, as in Germany.
The Benelux countries can inspire our country with the polder model in the Netherlands or the "permanent citizen dialogue" in Belgium.
Priority 3: Improving the daily life of French people abroad
We want to exercise our mandate in Pairs and spend more than half of our time in the Benelux. We want to facilitate the daily life of the French in the Benelux in their exchanges with France and Europe.
We are proposing specifically:
> European one-stop shop to create a company in 3 days;
> Create a European platform to centralise pension rights obtained in several EU countries;
> Improving French diplomatic, cultural and consular services, including digital accessibility;
> Interconnected rail network and integrated ticketing
Discover our national priorities
Learn more about our national programme
Do not hesitate to meet us at one of the following events:
> 5 Mars (Women's March in Amsterdam)
> 8 Mars (Women's Mars in Luxembourg) https://www.internationale-vrouwendag.nl/amsterdam-womens-march-8-maart-2020/
> 12 Mars "Volt is everywhere" évenement à Amsterdam en présence des candidats français
> 26 Mars: Marche pour l'Europe à Schengen (Luxembourg)
> 30 Mars (en ligne) Débat sur les élections présidentielles françaises: quelles conséquences pour l'Europe
> Mi-Avril: (en ligne) débat entre 2 tours présidentielles
> 9 Mai: journée de l'Europe
> 12-13 Mai: Grand évenement de campagne à Bruxelles, en présence de MEP Damian Boeslagger
> 19-21 Mai: Grand Evenement de campagne à La Haye
> 27-29 Mai: "Les journées violettes" à Bruxelles