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Franco-Moroccan Nadia Hai is France’s new Deputy Minister for the City

Written by FDM

A new government was formed in France, at the start of last week. Among the new entrants, the famous Eric Dupond-Moretti appointed Minister of Justice, Roselyne Bachelot Minister of Culture, and the Franco-Moroccan Nadia Hai as Minister Delegate for the City.

Franco-Moroccan Nadia Hai replaces Julien Denormandie and becomes Minister Delegate to the City. So far, this 40-year-old woman was a member of parliament in the Yvelines. Her involvement in politics is however recent.

In February 2017, she joined Emmanuel Macron’s campaign and participated in the creation of the Femmes En Marche avec Macron committee (FEMM). Invested by LREM in the legislative elections, it won the elections against Benoît Hamon and Jean-Michel Fourgous.

As for her parliamentary functions, she’s a Member of the Finance Committee, special co-rapporteur for the budgetary mission on the issue of “Security”, vice-president of the Cities and Suburbs Study Group, vice-president of the France-Morocco Friendship Group, co-rapporteur within the assessment and control mission on “Financing and monitoring the implementation of urban renewal programs”, or even a member of the delegation for Women’s Rights and Equal Opportunities for Men and women.

As a holder of a higher banking diploma, she also worked for 15 years in the service of professionals and individuals as a wealth management advisor.