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Born into a family of Spanish immigrants, Anne Hidalgo is a French politician leading. Member of the Socialist Party, committed feminist, she made the best of his double culture to forge a personality and carry out its struggles for gender equality, housing, youth employment, etc..
In the last municipal elections, Anne Hidalgo was elected mayor of Paris. She became the first woman to hold this position. His term of 6 years, she started on the ground with the visit on April 10, the Halle Freyssinet host, from 2016, a giant incubator for start-ups.
Portrait 10 dates:
June 19, 1959: Born in San Fernando, near Cadiz in Spain.
April 1961: His parents fled Franco’s regime and settled with their two children in Lyon.
July 25, 1973: Anne Hidalgo family obtained French nationality.
1982: She manages the national competition of the Labour Inspectorate.
1984: First post of Labour Inspector Chevilly-Larue and removals in the 15th arrondissement of Paris she never left.
1994: It adheres to the Socialist Party and said: “I came to politics by the way citizen, feminism, unionism, my professional commitment and my human beliefs.”
1997 Anne Hidalgo works on major reforms of the Jospin government such as youth employment, the parity law, the law against exclusion and says “proud to have defended the law on parity has led a generation of women responsibilities. “
March 18, 2001: Elected mayor of Paris, Bertrand Delanoë chooses Anne Hidalgo, as Deputy Mayor. It was she who replaced during the five weeks during his convalescence after the attack which he suffered. The former mayor of Paris says so: “it has character, authority, but sweetness. And I know she is better than me. ” Heralding the words of his future as mayor of his hometown of heart.
September 18, 2012: She gets hands François Hollande insignia Knight of the Legion of Honor. She says with emotion: “My roots, my background makes me a person liable in respect of France.”
April 5, 2014: After winning the municipal elections of March 2014, she was elected by the Council of Paris and becomes the first woman mayor of Paris.
By Mistoura Yessoufou