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Ms Nicole TRISSE

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La République en Marche

Assemblée nationale
FR - 75355 - Paris cedex 07 SP


Working language: French

Declarations of interests:
2021 , 2020 , 2019 , 2018


In the political groups

  • Member: Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe since 26/06/2019
  • Member: Members not belonging to a Political Group from 09/10/2017 to 25/06/2019

In the Assembly

  • since 09/10/2017 Representative - France

In the committee(s) and sub-committee(s)

  • Full Member: Committee on Political Affairs and Democracy (since 31/01/2020)
  • Member: Committee on Rules of Procedure, Immunities and Institutional Affairs (since 30/09/2019)
  • Ex officio (Rule 14.3 of the Rules of Procedure): Bureau of the Assembly (from 19/05/2018 to 15/05/2020)
  • Member: Committee on Rules of Procedure, Immunities and Institutional Affairs (from 22/01/2018 to 25/06/2019)
  • Chairperson of national delegation: Standing Committee (since 09/10/2017)
  • Full Member: Committee on Social Affairs, Health and Sustainable Development (from 09/10/2017 to 31/05/2018)
  • Vice-President of the Assembly: Standing Committee (since 09/10/2017)
  • Vice-President of the Assembly: Bureau of the Assembly (since 09/10/2017)
  • Member: Sub-Committee on Ethics (since 15/05/2018)
  • Full Member: Sub-Committee on Children (from 06/12/2017 to 27/06/2018)
  • Full Member: Sub-Committee on Public Health and Sustainable Development (from 24/11/2017 to 23/01/2018)
  • Alternate of Mr Jacques MAIRE (Full Member): Committee on Political Affairs and Democracy (from 01/06/2018 to 30/01/2020)
  • Alternate of Ms Jennifer DE TEMMERMAN (Full Member): Committee on Social Affairs, Health and Sustainable Development (from 28/06/2018 to 25/06/2020)
  • Alternate of Ms Maryvonne BLONDIN (Full Member): Sub-Committee on Public Health and Sustainable Development (from 12/10/2017 to 23/11/2017)


Last speeches

21/04/2021 | 18:05:06 Thank you, Mr President. Thank you for this debate on the discrimination – which is unfortunately very real and painful for those concerned – against people with chronic and long-term illnesses. These conditions, which are usually serious and disabling, affect at least one third of the population living in Europe, which is a considerable number of several tens of millions of our fellow citizens. As the report by our colleague Ms Martine WONNER – whom I congratulate on the quality of her work... 21/04/2021 | 12:04:18 Thank you, Mr President. Belarus is not a member of the Council of Europe, but we cannot remain indifferent and passive in the face of the massive violations of human rights and the rule of law perpetrated by the regime in that country, particularly since 9 August 2020. The two reports we are debating here, the quality and scope of which I welcome, are in my view closely linked. The first, by Ms Alexandra LOUIS, is a damning account of the violence, arbitrary arrests, torture and political... 20/04/2021 | 11:38:11 Thank you, Mr President. Mr President, ladies and gentlemen, it is a good thing that our Assembly can debate and express its views on the priorities of the Council of Europe, It is fortunate, normal and legitimate that our Assembly should be able to debate and give its opinion on its vision of the Council of Europe's priorities. This debate seems to me to be all the more crucial as the values of the Council of Europe have recently been dealt real blows, reminding us that progress in favour of... 27/01/2021 | 17:29:47 Thank you. Thank you. In view of the agenda, I must now interrupt the list of speakers. Registered speakers who, being present in the debate or remotely connected, were unable to speak, may, within four hours, transmit their typed speeches to the Sittings Service for publication in the minutes of proceedings provided that the remotely connected speakers are able to report their actual presence at the end of the debate. This transmission must be made by electronic means. I remind you that at... 27/01/2021 | 11:18:55 Thank you, Mr President. Madam rapporteur, My dear colleagues, The debate that brings us together today is at the heart of current events around the world, as it concerns the concerns of a few billion people. That is how important and interesting it is. The excellent report by Ms Jennifer DE TEMMERMAN, for which I congratulate her, presents in clear, intelligible and objective terms all the challenges facing the international community and states today. Science and the pharmaceutical...