Sébastien Chenu vice-president RN of the national assembly: his rise since his beginnings in Beauvais
Sébastien Chenu was elected Wednesday, June 30, vice-president RN of the National Assembly. A new consecration for the extreme right party and certainly for the deputy from the north. This rise to such a high position in the Bourbon Palace can be considered, for the moment, as the peak of his political career.
Thank you to all of my fellow MPs and in particular to the 290 of them who elected me vice-president of the National Assembly. It’s a huge honor and a great responsibility! #DirectAN #Circo5919 pic.twitter.com/AM76Q3ajlJ
— Sebastien Chenu (@sebchenu) June 29, 2022
The person concerned is not a beginner in politics. But, after having frequented several State services and offices in the professional context and founded Gaylib, an association for the defense of LGBT rights, his political life began in the Oise and more particularly in Beauvais. And he took his first steps with Mayor Caroline Cayeux (ex UMP, now Macronist) as assistant for youth and local democracy. He also held a vice presidency within the urban community of Beauvaisis, in charge of tourism.
A member of the UMP, he went with arms and baggage to the National Front in 2014. A change that allowed him to become regional councilor for the opposition Hauts-de-France a year later and until today. In 2022, he was elected deputy for the North and entered the Bourbon Palace among the 89 deputies elected under the banner of Marine Le Pen. Candidate for the presidency of the national assembly on June 28, he withdrew his candidacy in the second round, thus facilitating the election of Yaël Braun-Pivet. The next day, he obtained this vice presidency, elected with 290 votes.
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