In the family photo of La France Insoumise, taken on the steps of the Palais-Bourbon, a face stands out from the lot of the 71 other deputies.
The porcelain complexion, protruding blue eyes, blond hair in brush, Louis Boyard, is much younger than his congeners.
And he is.
At only 21 years old, the deputy of Nupes is the second youngest deputy in the history of the Fifth Republic, behind Tematai Le Gayic, two months his junior, and freshly appointed deputy of Polynesia.
Louis Boyard is taking his first steps in the Assembly, and intends to carry the demands of the youth within the hemicycle.
The Insoumis candidate preceded Laurent Saint-Martin, the outgoing deputy of the presidential majority and general rapporteur for the Budget, in the 3rd constituency of Val-de-Marne.
A second-year law student, Louis Boyard became known to the general public as president of the Union Nationale Lycéenne, the first high school student union organization in France, then as an activist for the rights of young people.
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The student first denounced the presence of asbestos in his high school in Villeneuve-le-Roi, in Val-de-Marne, then stood up against Parcoursup.
Engaged in the movement of "Yellow Vests", he was "injured in the foot by an LBD shot" by the police, during act 12 of the movement in Paris.
The young man is also committed against the precariousness of high school and university students, especially during the Covid-19 pandemic.
His positions have earned him several appearances in the media.
Louis Boyard was also a columnist for Cyril Hanouna on the program “Touche pas à mon poste!
“, or in “Les Grandes Gueules” on RMC.