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Marie-Noëlle Lienemann (born 12 July 1951 in Belfort) is a French politician who served as Member of the European Parliament for the North West of France. She is a member of the Socialist Party, part of the Party of European Socialists. She studied at the École Normale Supérieure de Cachan (ENS Cachan).
|Member of the French Senate for Paris|
|Assumed office |
1 October 2011
|Born||12 July 1951|
|Political party||Miscellaneous left|
|Alma mater||ENS Cachan|
In 2012, Lienemann co-founded the "Now The Left" grouping alongside Emmanuel Maurel. Together they urged President François Hollande to abandon the government's 2013 deficit targets and embark on a dash for growth. Following the Socialist Party's losses in the 2014 municipal elections, Lienemann and Maurel co-authored an open letter addressed to Hollande, calling on him to return to Socialist basics, end a freeze on public sector salaries, and raise the minimum salary and pensions.
- "Your MEPs : Marie-Noëlle LIENEMANN". Europa. European Parliament. Retrieved 5 March 2011.
- Jennifer Rankin (November 26, 2008), MEPs flock to Poznań meeting European Voice.
- Mark John (February 14, 2013), Analysis: French reprieve on deficit may be short-lived Reuters.
- Mark John and Brian Love (March 31, 2014), French left urges Hollande to drop reforms Reuters.
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