Richard Ferrand is a French politician who works for La Republique En Marche! Who has been running the National Assembly as President?
Who Are Richard Ferrand and Françoise Coustal?
Since 2012, Richard has been the representative for Finistere’s 6th constituency in the National Assembly. He was the General Secretary of LREM and became the leader of the party’s group in the National Assembly.
Find out more about Richard Ferrand below.
Why Did Richard Ferrand and Françoise Coustal Seperate?
Richard and Francoise were once married. But they no longer live together and have already broken up.
Richard was born in Rodez, France, on July 1, 1962. He finished high school in Bunde, Germany, and then went to college to study German and Law. At Universite Paris-Descartes, he joined PS when he was 18 years old.
Francoise is an artist of our time. She is a French artist who was born in 1973 in Brest (FR).
Francoise Coustal et Philippe Fontaine, which was held at Centra d’Art Passerelle in Brest in 1993, was her first show that was known to be real. The last time she showed Memoirs of Elephants was in 2012 at L’Atelier in Nantes.
In 1988, when Ferrand was 26, he became the associate director of a press graphics agency, which he ran until 1990, when he started a communication consulting company and became an agency administrator and associate graphic designer.
In May 1991, Kofi Yamgnane, who was Secretary of State for Social Affairs and Integration, asked him to help him with communications.
In 1992, he asked Kofi Yamgnane if he could “settle down in Brittany and keep working for the ministry.” Kofi Yamgnane’s wife finds a house for him and his family in Hanvec.
Ferrand was one of the PS candidates for the Finistere department in 2010, where he was chosen. On March 21, 2010, he was elected to be a councilor for the area. Since then, he has been in charge of the socialist groups and others like them.
Richard and Francoise have not said why they are no longer together. In 1994, they stopped being together.
He had two kids. His son’s name is Emile Ferrand. And the name of her daughter is Louise Ferrand.
Ferrand’s first job after being elected was as a general councilor for the canton of Carhaix-Plouguer. This was in 1998.
In 2004, he was re-elected. He was then named vice-president of the general council of Finistere, in charge of integration, the social and solidarity economy, and delegate for the country of Center-West Brittany, a job he held until 2011.
The second time, he lost to Christian Troadec, who became the spokesperson for the Bonnets Rouges movement. Troadec got 31% of the votes.
In 2008, he spoke out for the hospital in Carhaix, which was in danger of closing, to merge with the regional university hospital center in Brest. This merger took place in July 2009 and made it possible to keep care close by, especially for emergency situations, and to keep the maternity ward in Carhaix.
During the regional elections in 2010, he ran on the Marylise Lebranchu-led Finistere PS list. He became a regional councilor for Brittany on March 21, 2010, along with Jean-Yves Le Drian. He then led the socialist and related group of the Brittany regional council.