Who is Yael Braun-Pivet? The deputy La République en Marche could easily be portrayed as one of the rising stars of her political family. After a first victory in 2017 against Jacques Myard, heavyweight Les Républicains in Yvelines, she entered the National Assembly for the first time in 2017. After five years on the benches of the Palais Bourbon, she was able to convince her peers since Prime Minister Elisabeth Borne has decided to integrate it into her government.

The Walker having also convinced the voters of her constituency in 2022, she could therefore remain there, unlike other figures in the executive. At least… This was the case before she claimed the Perchoir, of the Bourbon palace – or the presidency of the National Assembly.

Many deputies – and even ministers! – are now facing the aftermath of previous legislative elections and have had to give up their seat or their morocco. This is the case of Amélie de Montchalin (Ecological transition

It remains, therefore, to identify who is Yaël Braun-Pivet who, since she is a candidate for the presidency of the National Assembly, could also leave the executive … But for a reason quite different from her former colleagues. More information about this in our slideshow, which you will find at the end of this article.

Amélie de Montchalin, Brigitte Bourguignon and Justine Benin all failed to be elected MPs. Therefore, they will have to present their respective resignations: the Elysée indeed requires minister-candidates to abandon their morocco in the event of electoral disavowal.

However, the position of minister comes with a number of advantages and, according to rumours, a retirement for life. What is it in truth? According to 20 minutes, which dwells on the question on its site, it is indeed only a rumour: the ministers do not benefit from any particular pension linked to the exercise of their mission and this regardless of how long they serve their government.