Former minister, Carole Grandjean, will no longer be a member of parliament this fall to join the private sector

The MP for Meurthe-et-Moselle and former minister in the government of Élisabeth Borne, announced on Saturday that she will leave her seat to find a position in the private sector.


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Carole Grandjean, guest of franceinfo in March 2023. (FRANCEINFO)

The former Minister of Education and Vocational Training in the Borne government, Carole Grandjean, announced on Saturday March 16 that she will leave her position as MP next fall to return to the private sector and human resources, reports France Bleu Sud Lorraine, confirming information from the Est Républicain.

A public life that is “demanding, sometimes unfair and often violent”

The Macronist deputy for the first constituency of Meurthe-et-Moselle was not reappointed in the government of Gabriel Attal. Carole Grandjean speaks in the Republican East “his pride in having brought about great reforms, that of the professional high school [ou encore] of learning development”.

The MP wishes to leave the Palais Bourbon. His observation of political life is clear: “Public life is demanding, sometimes unfair and often violent. Certain positions and declarations are harmful, and contribute to distancing citizens from politics. The quality of public debate worries me. The future of democracy alarms me “, she said. His replacement, Philippe Guillemard, will occupy his seat from next fall.

Carole Grandjean will carry out one last mission for the government, the launch of an anti-school dropout system: voluntary military service.

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