Axelle Lemaire

Axelle Lemaire (born 18 October 1974) is a French former Socialist politician who served as a Deputy for the Third constituency for French overseas residents in the National Assembly of the French Parliament, for which she was elected in 2012.wikipedia
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Third constituency for French residents overseas

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Axelle Lemaire (born 18 October 1974) is a French former Socialist politician who served as a Deputy for the Third constituency for French overseas residents in the National Assembly of the French Parliament, for which she was elected in 2012.
The Socialist Party chose Axelle Lemaire, a resident of London, as its candidate.

The Dickson Poon School of Law

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She earned law degrees at the Panthéon-Assas University (DEA, 2000) and at King's College Dickson Poon School of Law (LLM, 2003).

French Tech

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She was involved in the French Tech movement, which unites French digital startups worldwide.
In January 2015, the French Minister for Digital Affairs Axelle Lemaire announced a budget of €15 million to enhance the attractiveness of the French Tech abroad.

Alexandre Holroyd

She then joined the campaign to retain her seat in the French Parliament but was severely defeated by Alexandre Holroyd of La République En Marche!
He won the second round against former Hollande minister Axelle Lemaire on 18 June 2017.

Christophe Premat

In May 2014, upon assuming French governmental ministerial office, Lemaire resigned her parliamentary seat and was succeeded by Christophe Premat.
A member of the French Socialist Party (Parti socialiste), Premat took over the parliamentary constituency of northern Europe from Axelle Lemaire as her substitute when she became a government minister in May 2014.

Constituencies for French residents overseas

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In 2012 Lemaire was returned as Deputy for one of the eleven newly created constituencies, each elected by French overseas citizens to the French National Assembly.

Socialist Party (France)

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Axelle Lemaire (born 18 October 1974) is a French former Socialist politician who served as a Deputy for the Third constituency for French overseas residents in the National Assembly of the French Parliament, for which she was elected in 2012.

French Parliament

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Axelle Lemaire (born 18 October 1974) is a French former Socialist politician who served as a Deputy for the Third constituency for French overseas residents in the National Assembly of the French Parliament, for which she was elected in 2012.

Prime Minister of France

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In May 2014, Prime Minister Manuel Valls appointed her to the French Finance Ministry as minister responsible for Digital Affairs.

Manuel Valls

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In May 2014, Prime Minister Manuel Valls appointed her to the French Finance Ministry as minister responsible for Digital Affairs.

Ministry of the Economy and Finance (France)

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In May 2014, Prime Minister Manuel Valls appointed her to the French Finance Ministry as minister responsible for Digital Affairs.

Minister (government)

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In May 2014, Prime Minister Manuel Valls appointed her to the French Finance Ministry as minister responsible for Digital Affairs.

Ottawa

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Lemaire was born in Ottawa, Ontario, to a French mother and a Quebecois father.

Ontario

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Lemaire was born in Ottawa, Ontario, to a French mother and a Quebecois father.

Québécois people

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Lemaire was born in Ottawa, Ontario, to a French mother and a Quebecois father.

Hull, Quebec

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After being brought up in Hull, Quebec, where she attended Collège Saint-Joseph de Hull, Lemaire lived as a teenager in Montpellier.

Collège Saint-Joseph de Hull

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After being brought up in Hull, Quebec, where she attended Collège Saint-Joseph de Hull, Lemaire lived as a teenager in Montpellier.

Montpellier

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After being brought up in Hull, Quebec, where she attended Collège Saint-Joseph de Hull, Lemaire lived as a teenager in Montpellier.

Literature

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She studied Modern Literature and Political Science at the Sciences Po.

Political science

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She studied Modern Literature and Political Science at the Sciences Po.

Sciences Po

Institut d'Études Politiques de ParisParis Institute of Political StudiesÉcole Libre des Sciences Politiques
She studied Modern Literature and Political Science at the Sciences Po.

University of Paris II Panthéon-Assas

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She earned law degrees at the Panthéon-Assas University (DEA, 2000) and at King's College Dickson Poon School of Law (LLM, 2003).

Master of Advanced Studies

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She earned law degrees at the Panthéon-Assas University (DEA, 2000) and at King's College Dickson Poon School of Law (LLM, 2003).

King's College London

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She earned law degrees at the Panthéon-Assas University (DEA, 2000) and at King's College Dickson Poon School of Law (LLM, 2003).