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Equal opportunities: "I fight against fatalism", says LREM MP Sonia Krimi

2020-02-20T00:55:21.043Z

While equality of opportunity comes back to the center of the debate, LREM MP for La Manche Sonia Krimi publishes "God will hang you by the eyelashes", a book which traces her journey, from her birth in Tunisia to her mandate, in going through its naturalization in 2012. "Fatalism annoys me", she says at the microphone of Europe 1. & nbsp;



While equality of opportunity returns to the center of the debate, LREM MP for La Manche Sonia Krimi publishes "God will hang you by the eyelashes", a book which traces his journey, from his birth in Tunisia to his mandate, by the way by its naturalization in 2012. "Fatalism annoys me," she says at the microphone of Europe 1.

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"Fatalism annoys me." Sonia Krimi is of Tunisian origin, arrived in France in 2005, became French in 2012. Five years later, she becomes deputy of the Channel, under a LREM label. While the debate on equal opportunities is back in the news again, with the publication of the Thiriez report on Tuesday, the elected official looks back on her career at the microphone of Europe 1. "Why me, who voted in France for the first time in 2017, I feel more French than people who were born here, went to the school of the Republic? ", She wonders.

Author of God is going to hang you by the eyelashes (Robert Laffont), she says to "fight every day against fatalism": "If I could do it, why not the others?"

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Source: europe1

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