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George Pau-Langevin could join the Defender of Rights


The former Minister of Overseas would resign from his mandate as PS deputy in Paris to work with Claire Hédon, successor to Jacques Toubon.

Figure of the PS in which she engaged in the mid-1970s and former Minister of Overseas Territories during the last five-year term, George Pau-Langevin is approached to join the new Defender of Rights, Claire Hédon.

Ex-journalist and former president of ATD Quart-Monde, the latter took over from Jacques Toubon in July.

George Pau-Langevin, originally from Guadeloupe, would take over the vice-presidency of the college in charge of the fight against discrimination and the promotion of equality. If this appointment were to be confirmed, she will have to resign from her mandate as member of the 15th district of Paris. In 2017, Pau-Langevin won the election hands down against Mehdi Kemoune of rebellious France. In the event of resignation from the parliamentary mandate, a partial must be organized within three months.

Source: lefigaro

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