La République en Marche (LREM) candidate Elisabeth Moreno, the presidential party for the ninth volume of the French population living abroad, wants to establish “new political, economic, social and cultural connections” between this community and France. Here is his plan.
Yesterday evening, Tuesday, May 24, in Casablanca, Elizabeth Moreno, Presidential candidate La République en Marche (LREM) candidate 9And A group of French people living abroad held its first election rally. Opportunity to describe his plan with the voters of this big city. In perspective, legislative elections are scheduled for June 12 and 19, but not in France but in the rest of the world (MacRae and West Africa).
“I hope to build what is not yet built here by creating new political, economic, social and cultural relations with France,” he told a large audience gathered in a large palace in the economic capital. , The city Elizabeth Moreno knew for living there, and for brushing her teeth as a business manager.
Morocco has 54,000 French citizens, making it one of the largest of the 9 countriesAnd Volume. The LREM candidate acknowledged the importance of the role played by Morocco. Close to President Emmanuel Macron, he also recalled his country’s support for the Sahara Autonomy Program. When he arrived in Casablanca on Tuesday, the LREM candidate held a series of meetings with Moroccan figures from the economic and political world. Thus he met with CGEM boss Zakib Alja.
Elizabeth Moreno expressed her commitment to resolving issues related to French education and schooling in Morocco, the high cost of health insurance, the pension system and diplomatic services.
As for the Moroccans, he promised that resolving the thorny issue of visas would be “a priority in my actions.” Once elected, he will propose the constitution of a parliamentary committee responsible for looking into this file. “This visa issue is a disgrace,” he admitted.
After Casablanca, Elizabeth Moreno will continue her election campaign in Rabat.
Elizabeth Moreno, daughter of a Mason, was born on September 20, 1970 in Torrefall, Cape Verde. Candidate holds a Masters Degree in Business Law from the University of Paris-Est Créteil in 1995. Ten years later, he received a dual management MBA from ESSEC and the Mannheim Business School in Germany.
In the early 1990s, she began her career as head of the construction, development and thermal rehabilitation company she runs with her husband. In 2019, he left France to settle in Cape Town, where he was the managing director of Hewlett-Packard (HP) Africa. On July 6, 2020, Elizabeth Moreno was appointed Minister to represent Jean Costex, Prime Minister for Equality, Diversity and Equal Opportunity for Women and Men.