|Mayor of Le Raincy|
|Preceded by||Raymond Mège|
|Succeeded by||Jean-Michel Genestier|
|Member of the National Assembly|
for Seine-Saint-Denis's 12th constituency
|Preceded by||Alain Calmat|
|Succeeded by||Pascal Popelin|
|Born||19 June 1955|
|Political party||The Republicans|
|Alma mater||Sciences Po|
In 1995, Raoult was Minister in charge of "integration and activities against exclusion". He was mayor of Le Raincy from 1995 until 2014.
In 2007, Raoult voted against inscribing the abolition of capital punishment in the Constitution, advocating reserves for cases of "war, imminent danger or terrorist attacks".
In 2014, he was accused of sexual harassment by a former employee who claimed he had sent her 15,000 text messages in nine months. Eric Raoult acknowledged the text messages, but denied sexual harassment. In March 2014, he lost the election for mayor of Le Raincy to Jean-Michel Genestier.
Minister for Integration and the fight against exclusion. May–November 1995.
Minister Delegate to the Minister of Planning, City and Integration : November 1995 – 1997.
National Assembly of France
Vice-president of the National Assembly of France : 2002-2007.
Regional councillor of Ile-de-France : 1992-2004 (Resignation). Reelected in 2004.
Mayor of Le Raincy : Since 1995. Reelected in 2001, 2008.
Deputy-mayor of Le Raincy : 1983-1995. Reelected in 1989.
Municipal councillor of Le Raincy : Since 1983. Reelected in 1989, 1995, 2001, 2008.
Notes and references
- Ministre chargé de l'intégration et de la lutte contre l'exclusion
- Saran Koly (30 January 2007). "Encore dix-huit députés pour la peine de mort". Libération (in French). Retrieved 26 September 2007.
- Guillaume Perrault (30 January 2007). "La peine de mort revient à l'Assemblée". Le Figaro (in French). Retrieved 26 September 2007.
- Accusé de harcèlement sexuel, Eric Raoult plaide le « coup de cœur », Le Monde, 18 mars 2014.
- Raoult denies wife-beating