On July 8, the new Castex government tackles questions from deputies for the first time. In the hemicycle, the Modem deputy of Val-d’Oise Nathalie Elimas, a great specialist in family issues, apostrophe the new Prime Minister: “Our group has been campaigning for an ambitious, modern and efficient family policy for three years now, which is why we regret not seeing it in government architecture.” The elected representative also took the opportunity to highlight her skills in the matter: “The information mission on the adaptation of French family policy to the challenges of 21st century societye century, of which I am rapporteur, made its report last week. […] It is widely supported on all levels but also in the territories by the French and family associations. ” Many then see a call of the foot to integrate the government.
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A call that has borne fruit. This Sunday, Nathalie Elimas was appointed Secretary of State for Priority Education. Since the start of the legislature, the former regional councilor of Ile-de-France has carried out numerous works on both the theme of the family and of disability. She pleads in particular for family allowances to be accessible from the first child as she explained to the cross. The elected Modem was until then also a member of the commission of inquiry on the inclusion of disabled students in the school and university of the Republic.