The National Order of Merit of the Lot elected Jean-Louis Martin as president

The National Order of Merit of the Lot elected Jean-Louis Martin as president
The National Order of Merit of the Lot elected Jean-Louis Martin as president

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The general assembly of the Lot section of the National Association of the National Order of Merit (ANMONM) was held at the Hôtel La Chartreuse in Cahors recently.

A large assembly witnessed the handover between Christian Sarréo, former president, who was not running, and Jean-Louis Martin.
President Christian Sarréo opened the session by paying tribute to the companions who have died since the last assembly. In his moral report, he then recalled the achievements of the section during the three years of his mandate, including actions aimed at youth such as the sponsorship of a young high school student under the aegis of the “Un Avenir Ensemble” foundation. or the signing of the agreement with SDIS 46, participation in patriotic ceremonies and various conferences, the presentation of decorations.

25 new members and more and more women

Then he ended his speech by welcoming significant recruitment, 25 new members over the last two years.

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The bodies have been largely renewed, rejuvenated and feminized, in particular with Sabine Baldés, Christèle Hoscar and Marie-Pierre Taillade who join the section committee. It now includes, with Ségolène Ruzié, 4 women out of 10.

Jean-Louis Martin was elected president of the Lot section of the ANMONM.
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The committee then unanimously elected Jean-Louis Martin as president of the Lot section of the ANMONM. Former senior executive of the Ministry of Economy and Finance, he has spent his entire career in Paris and the Paris region. Retired and now a Cadurcian, he wanted to get involved in an association with which he shares values.

The general assembly closed with the intervention of the new president who paid tribute to his predecessor for his action in the Lot department. In a proactive speech he underlined the need, in an increasingly fractured France, to recall the values ​​of the Republic, in particular the civic and moral values ​​which constitute the DNA of the National Order of Merit.
The discussions continued around a friendly lunch.

The committee continued its work in the afternoon by electing a new office and setting the broad outlines of the actions to be carried out for the coming year. Beautiful assembly which bodes well for sustained activity of the Lot section of the ONM.

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