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Mathilde Panot

Mathilde Panot

Mathilde Panot (French pronunciation: [matild pano]; born 15 January 1989) is a Extreme-Left French politician who has presided over the La France Insoumise group in the National Assembly since October 2021. She was elected to the National Assembly in the 2017 legislative election, where she represents the 10th constituency of the Val-de-Marne department.

Panot was the coordinator for La France Insoumise (FI) support groups ahead of the 2017 presidential election.


In a televised debate with Marion Maréchal of Reconquête following the 19 November 2023 Crépol stabbing, after which several witnesses reported that the attackers yelled "We're here to kill the whites!", Panot stated she believes "anti-white racism" to be an "invention of the far-right". A few days prior, Interior Minister Gérald Darmanin stated that those denying the existence of anti-white racism are "blind", or choosing "not to see it".

See also

  • 2017 French legislative election
  • 2022 French legislative election


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