Toulouse rugby player Maxime Médard will be the substitute for candidate LR Laurence Arribagé in the third constituency of Haute-Garonne, during the legislative elections to be held in June.
“Committed citizen, legend of Stade Toulousain and the XV of France and entrepreneur, I am pleased to announce that Maxime Médard will be my deputy for the
Committed citizen, legend of Stade Toulousain and the XV of France and entrepreneur, I am pleased to announce that Maxime Médard will be my deputy for the
The international back, finalist of the 2011 World Cup, announced at the end of April that he would retire at the end of the season, at the age of 35. Arriving at Stade Toulousain in 2000, he won the Top 14 five times and the European Cup three times, and wore the Blues jersey 63 times.
“Happy to take on a new challenge and to be a substitute for Laurence Arribagé. Sport-health, innovation, renewable energies: I want to help others and get involved in subjects that are dear to me, as I already do in associations and companies, ”reacted the Stade Toulousain player on Twitter.
Happy to take on a new challenge and to be a substitute for @LArribage during the
Under the banner of the Republicans, he will compose a very sporting duo with Laurence Arribagé, sports assistant at the town hall of Toulouse and president of the party in Haute-Garonne.
She was already a member of this constituency from 2014 to 2017, elected after Jean-Luc Moudenc, who had given up his seat in the assembly following his election as mayor of Toulouse.
Defeated in 2017 with 47% of the vote by Corinne Vignon (LREM), she was indicted in December 2021 in a case of attempted electoral destabilization dating back to the in-between rounds of the last legislative elections.