PORTRAIT – 2024 legislative elections in Indre-et-Loire: who is the deputy for the second constituency?

PORTRAIT – 2024 legislative elections in Indre-et-Loire: who is the deputy for the second constituency?
PORTRAIT – 2024 legislative elections in Indre-et-Loire: who is the deputy for the second constituency?

Daniel Labaronne is re-elected as MP for the first constituency of Indre-et-Loirethis Sunday, July 7. He obtained about 60% of the votes against Corine Fougeron, candidate of the National Rally. This is the third time that the Macronist candidate has been elected in the Amboise constituency.

Final result in the second constituency of Indre-et-Loire © Radio France
©Boris Compain

Born July 16, 1955 In Paris, Daniel Labaronne comes from a family of farmers. In 1988, he obtained a doctorate in economics at the François-Rabelais University in Tours. A lecturer in this discipline at the University of Bordeaux, he is also a consultant for companies on economic issues.

Elected mayor of Bléré in 2014Daniel Labaronne became a municipal councilor after his election as MP, in 2017under the label of La République en Marche. A Macronist from the very beginning, he was present in Paris at the launch of the En Marche movement in July 2016.

Since entering the Assembly, he has been member of the finance committee et Chairman of the Hunting and Fishing Study GroupHe was also appointed budget rapporteur for the Council of State, the Court of Auditors and the EESC. He also represents the National Assembly on the Financial Sector Advisory Committee.

Daniel Labaronne was also co-author of the report “Rurality: an ambition to share“200 proposals for a rural agenda.

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