This figure from the right would be approached to replace Jean Castex at Matignon. After Audrey Azoulay, Elisabeth Borne and Marisol Touraine, Catherine Vautrin is the new politician expected to become Prime Minister. This time it is a right-wing politician, even a historical figure. The president of Grand Reims had joined Nicolas Sarkozy as a campaign spokesperson, with Eric Ciotti, in 2012. And when the Fillon affair had been brought to light, she had given up supporting the winning candidate. of the primary. She had supported Emmanuel Macron from February As of last February, she had announced her support for Emmanuel Macron, believing in an interview with the newspaper La Croix that he was “the man for the job”. Catherine Vautrin was treasurer of the UMP at the time of the Bygmalion affair. She resigned after revelations of campaign cost overruns. Indicted, she later received a dismissal. Opposed to marriage for all A year earlier, she had opposed the law of marriage for all. She also participated in La manif pour tous. In 2004, she moved away from her region of origin to join the government: during the reshuffle decided by Jean-Pierre Raffarin, she was appointed Secretary of State for the elderly and equal opportunities. In 2005, she was appointed Minister Delegate for Social Cohesion and Parity, a position she held for two years. She was then re-elected deputy, and then devoted herself to the political life of the National Assembly, being elected Vice-President of the National Assembly from 2008 to 2017.
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