Olivier Véran, Marlène Schiappa, Arnaud Montebourg… The very non-public second lifetime of politicians | EUROtoday

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2024: Olivier Véran tempted by aesthetics

Olivier Véran, in April 2023.

“Whatever I did, there would have been criticism,” Olivier Véran put issues into perspective. The reconversion of the previous minister of well being and authorities spokesperson, talked about originally of March in Le Figaro, earned him a couple of scalpel blows. The proven fact that he as soon as once more turned a deputy (Renaissance) for Isère will not be in query. Nor the will of this former neurologist from Grenoble University Hospital to placed on the white coat once more, at some point every week. But his want to reorient himself in direction of aesthetic drugs, inside the Clinique des Champs-Elysées group, provoked quite a few criticisms amongst well being professionals. “The discipline has evolved very strongly on a therapeutic level”, places ahead Olivier Véran to justify his abandonment of neurology.

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2023: Marlène Schiappa takes up her pen once more

Marlène Schiappa, in August 2022.

Disembarked from the federal government in July 2023 within the midst of a storm surrounding her administration of the Marianne fund, Marlène Schiappa initially remained discreet. At the beginning of the 12 months, the lady who was, amongst different issues, Secretary of State for equality between men and women, introduced that she was resuming research at EM Lyon, a enterprise college, satisfied that we should “train throughout one’s life”. On her X profile, she presents herself as an affiliate of a consulting agency, but additionally as “novelist, screenwriter, documentarian”. She has additionally written a brand new romance e book which ought to be launched quickly. A return to fundamentals for the writer of round thirty books typically linked to sexuality, together with Dare the feminine orgasm (La Musardine, 2019), written underneath a pseudonym whereas she was a minister.

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2019: Thomas Thévenoud turns the web page in cinema

Thomas Thevenoud, in April 2017.

In the summer time of 2014, Thomas Thévenoud turned identified all through France. Nine days after his appointment, the Secretary of State was fired for numerous unpaid money owed, notably to the tax authorities, and argued that his “administrative phobia”. Its reconversion might be sluggish and unsafe. Until 2017, he accomplished his mandate as a deputy. Then he enrolled in regulation, earlier than throwing himself into the journey of publishing. He needs to relaunch the journal Charles, of which he turned publishing director in spring 2019. After a couple of points, he fired the editor-in-chief of the quarterly journal, which ceased to look in paper format on the finish of 2020. Since then, he has made an look within the cinema. He performs a minister in a political thriller launched in 2023, Great hopes, with Rebecca Marder and Benjamin Lavernhe.

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2014: Arnaud Montebourg with honey and ice cream

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