Legislative France 2022: an Algerian elected to the national assembly

Daughter of Algerian parents, Fatiha Keloua-Hachi won her title against Sylvie Charrière, her counterpart from LREM. Indeed, thanks to her 53.57% of the votes against 46.43%, Fatiha Keloua-Hac was elected on Sunday June 19, the only socialist deputy for Seine-Saint-Denis in the National Assembly. A very close score between the two women, which ended up deciding between them.

Thus bringing the number of elected members of the New Ecological and Social Popular Union (Nupes) to 133 deputies, during the last round closed last Sunday.

Under her program, this candidate easily displays her ambition. She wishes, as follows:

  • Increase the SMIC to 1500 euro monthly;
  • Reduce the prices of primary consumption products;
  • And deal with the question of the retirement age.

During these elections, Fatiha Keloua-Hachi received the support and encouragement of her entourage but also of her relatives present in Kabylie. in Algeria. They even sent her publications on Facebook, to support her in her campaign.

Now 51, Fatiha is a teacher in Seine-Saint-Denis. She began her career in politics very recently, if not during these municipal elections. It has always been part of a socialist movement, it ended up winning its place in the constituency of Seine-Saint-Denis.

What course for Fatiha Keloua-Hachi?

With her origins in the town of Ath Yenni de Tizi Ouazou, Fatiha spent all her youth in Montreuil, she specialized as a teacher in the literary field at college and then at university. The chosen one did not stop at this level, later one became a trainer for people wishing to become a teacher.

In 2021, she takes charge of a mission at the level of the Créteil academy, concerning priority education and extreme poverty. Fatiha Keloua-Hachi is also a member of several associations, notably those defending the human cause.

An Algerian assaulted a Zemmour party activist

Abroad, as in France, the Algerians weigh on both sides of the balance. Among those who shine in several areas, there are also others who mark their presence with violence. This is the story of this Algerian paperless.

Indeed, on May 1, a militant of the Reconquest was assaulted by an undocumented Algerian at the RER A station in Nogent-sur-Marne. This Algerian began by insulting the activist and then seizing a leaflet to burn it. He ended up kicking the activist.

Warned, the police managed to calm the fight and arrest this Algerian. After launching an investigation, it turned out that Mohamed.B, of Algerian origins aged 39, already had a heavy criminal record. Justice ended up making him bear the consequences of his behavior.

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