Legislative Yr 2022 in Val-de-Marne # circo9408: Priorities of Emmanuelle Wargon (Collectively)

Questionnaire 94 Citizens of the parliamentary elections 2022
128 candidates are running in 11 Val-de-Marne constituencies on 12 June. 94 Citizens invites everyone to answer a number of questions in order to compare the priorities of the candidates. The answers are published as they appear.
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What are, very briefly, 5 questions that you consider a priority in your ride and what commitments can you make to defend them in the event of an election?

As a reminder, the 10th arrondissement includes the cities of Charenton-le-Pont, Maisons-Alfort, Saint-Maurice and Joinville-le-Pont.

1 ° local ecological transition
I will ensure the installation of continuous and safe cycle paths, the improvement of the water quality in the Seine and the Marne by further mobilizing the Seine Normandia National Water Agency to continue the renovation of the flats and buildings I hired as Minister of Housing in previous five-year period and I will fight against air pollution and noise caused by the A4 and A86 and RER A and D motorways.

2 ° Environment
I will protect our environment, of course, by keeping our pavilions at odds with what has been said in this campaign, which is causing all the exaggerations! My remarks, set in their context, only concerned the creation of new parts in the outer suburbs or in the provinces 5 or 10 km from the first city, without shops, public transport or public services, which has nothing to do with housing. constituency. I will also be very careful to ensure that structural development projects are carried out with the close involvement of elected representatives and residents: Charenton-Bercy, Avenue Gallieni in Joinville-le-Pont or the arrival of Line 15 in Vert-of-Houses.

3 ° Public services
I want to improve access to basic public services, such as access to healthcare, and I am committed to replacing more health professionals, especially municipal doctors and physiotherapists, as well as an adequate supply of childcare. I will also work to improve the service of our territory in transport, especially the regularity of RER D.

4 ° Security
I am committed to guaranteeing the safety of all. I will oversee the relocation and construction of a new police station in Maisons-Alfort, the strengthening of the local security police, especially on the street and in traffic. I will also fight the inconveniences of the fair throne and work to improve peace in the Bois de Vincennes.

How does the National Assembly work? 577 locally elected deputies, who, however, form the law for everyone
Together with the Senate, the National Assembly is one of two elected chambers that make up the parliament responsible for passing laws. These laws are either proposed by the government before they are discussed and voted in parliament, or they are proposed by the deputies themselves.
The Assembly has 577 deputies elected by direct universal suffrage in the legislature. For example, Val-de-Marne has 11 constituencies. Thus, deputies are elected locally even if they then work on drafting the law from a national point of view.

Who is Emmanuelle Wargon?
The Court’s Chief Adviser, Emmanuelle Wargon, was also Technical Adviser to Bernard Kouchner when he was Minister of Health in 2001, Deputy Director-General of the National Medicines Agency, Cabinet Director Martin Hirsch, when he was High Commissioner for Solidarity in 2001. Fillon Government, Secretary-General Social Ministries, Delegate General for Training and Employment at the Ministry of Labor, Director of Public Affairs in Danona. During Emmanuel Macron’s first five-year term, Emmanuelle Wargon was Secretary of State for Ecology and then Minister of Housing. She is a member of the Land of Progress Party.
Age : 51 years
Occupation : Chief Adviser at the Court of Auditors
Electoral offices, current or past : Member of the Ile-de-France Regional Council since June 2021
Substitute : Samuel Nahon

What are the proposals of your political movement’s program, in short, the five proposals that seem to you to be a priority? Can you bring in any personal nuances that could be subject to amendment?

1 ° Purchasing power
From this summer, I will be voting in favor of your purchasing power, such as maintaining gas and electricity shields, abolishing the “Macron bonus” ceiling of up to € 6,000 without fees and taxes, indexing pensions according to inflation, reassessing the civil servants’ index point, or abolition of the audiovisual license fee.

2 ° Security
I will be in favor of strengthening the workforce by doubling the number of police forces in the streets and traffic, speeding up the fight against cybercrime and preserving the secularism and universal values ​​of the republic.

3 ° Environment
As I initiated as Minister of Housing, I will continue to push for the renovation of 700,000 homes a year. To this will be added the affordable offer of electric cars for 100 € / month, the strengthening of the cycle plan and the planting of 140 million trees by the end of the decade.

4 ° Youth
I am also very concerned about the needs of our children and our youth. I will move towards strengthening the teaching of the basics, introducing 30 minutes of sports a day at school, a more inclusive school by improving the admission of pupils with disabilities and opening up a project to overhaul our school system. teachers.

5 ° Health
I am committed to improving our health system, restoring the resources of the public hospital and making its organization more flexible and efficient, combating the medical desert and improving care for our elderly, in particular by supporting home care by creating the MaPrimeAdapt system. on the MaPrimeRenov model.

Which commission would you like to sit on?
Given my background and the issues I address, I would like to sit either in the Commission on Economic Affairs, which is responsible for economic development, housing and energy, or in the Commission for Social Affairs. These are two commissions that will allow me to defend my convictions, but also to raise loud and clear the local and national issues that I care about.

How does the National Assembly work? commissions
In working on all topics, the National Assembly relies on permanent thematic committees to which members are divided. They therefore meet in committee to work on the texts before defending them in the Chamber. There are currently 8 standing committees: Culture and Education, Economic Affairs, Foreign Affairs, Social Affairs, State Defense and Armed Forces, Sustainable Development and Regional Planning, Finance and Law. In each committee, the political groups have a number of seats proportional to their number. The remaining seats are allocated to unregistered elected representatives. The Member is therefore not sure that he will sit on the commission of his choice.

If there was only one item that you could wear during your term? Which would it be and how would you defend it?

In addition to these national priorities, it is very important to maintain our social model. This means continuing to seek full employment by stimulating work for our social system, including by strengthening training, investing in skills and promoting employment for young people and the long-term unemployed.

It also means simplifying social benefits and combating non-recourse (activity bonuses, family allowances, etc.) through solidarity at source, which I believe is a major reform of social justice.


VSHow do you intend to inform the citizens of your constituency about your parliamentary procedure and take their reactions into account?

This issue is absolutely crucial for me, because the abstention comes partly from a gap that has gradually stabilized between politicians and citizens. Contact during the mandate is therefore crucial to the bond of trust that is woven between the population of the territory and its representative.

This contact begins with local, regular and transparent communication: it is a democratic requirement for a person to be elected to be a Member in order to be able to speak regularly on what he or she does in the National Assembly, as well as on local affairs. I will also prepare mandate reports at regular intervals.

Then it seems necessary to me to be able to make direct contact with those who want to discuss with my Member. I will organize fixed or mobile permanence to allow direct meetings, hear and provide clear and accurate answers as appropriate, to allow information and exchanges of information and exchanges of views of those who feel distant from the politics of power.

Finally, I will organize legislative workshops that will be offered to those who want to participate in the creation of the law.

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