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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

29/09/2021 | 11:01:32 Thank you, Mr President. Ladies and gentlemen, rapporteurs, colleagues, For the third time, our Assembly is holding a full day's debate on an essential and particularly topical human rights issue. After the Covid-19 pandemic and its effects, and then artificial intelligence a year ago, we are now dealing with a set of challenges posed by climate change for our societies, our democratic systems, our states and multilateralism in general. In this respect, I would like to congratulate all the... 28/09/2021 | 19:26:30 Thank you, Mister President. In the eyes of those who commit or justify them, so-called "honour" crimes aim to rehabilitate a community – family, cultural or ethnic – that has been "sullied" by the victim's behaviour. According to them, it is therefore a legitimate act, which obviously cannot be tolerated or excused under so-called extenuating circumstances. I say this here: no murder, kidnapping, abduction, mutilation, forced marriage or suicide under the pressure of the social or family... 28/09/2021 | 18:02:16 Thank you, Mr President. First of all, I would like to thank all those who supported me, who supported Ms Petra BAYR and who approve this report. I would also like to address those who talk about quotas. I have heard talk of quotas as in the Soviet Union. We are not in the process of establishing quotas by socio-professional category, by whatever means: the only quota that is valid here is to say that we need men and women, and preferably not one woman for every 30 men. That's all there is to... 28/09/2021 | 17:18:27 Madam Chair of the Committee on Rules of Procedure, Madam Chairperson of the Committee on Equality and Rapporteur for opinion and colleagues. I would like to begin by recalling the origin of this report. At the opening of the first session in January 2020, the credentials of six national delegations were challenged on the grounds that they did not include the required minimum number of women, which is supposed to correspond to their percentage in their home parliament. We were faced with a... 27/09/2021 | 17:03:21 Madame President, rapporteur, ladies and gentlemen, The clashes that took place in Nagorno-Karabakh in 2020 were a reminder, if one were needed, that so-called "frozen" conflicts are still conflicts. We are not here today to talk about responsibilities or geopolitics: the UN does that very well. However, and this is the whole point of today's debate, we have a duty to look very carefully at the humanitarian consequences of such conflicts, because they directly affect people whose most basic...