The Association des Amis de Franck Biancheri (AAFB) wishes to congratulate Nathalie Loiseau, the new French minister in charge of the European affairs.
We are very excited to hear about this nomination as Nathalie Loiseau was one of the first members of AEGEE / European Students Forum, and, together with Franck Biancheri, she defended the existence of the #Erasmus programme.
In November 2012 she wrote the following homage in the guestbook dedicated to Franck’s memory:
“I knew Franck first within EGEE, then IDE*. Franck was a sower, his ideas germinated and he left deep traces in each of us. If his death was a shock, let us be careful to carry on his work; Europe needs his intellectual heritage. I express my condolences to his family. ” (In Memoriam https://www.franck-biancheri.eu/fran…/in-memoriam-livre-dor/)
In association with the memory of Franck Biancheri, we wish her a beautiful European path, of which she is one of the builders – #CitizensRoute73* IDE (Initative pour une Démocratie Européenne), the first trans-European political party which ran for the European elections in 1989 with the same name and programme in three different countries, France, Spain and the Netherlands. See also the video: Franck Biancheri, l’Européen- Le premier parti politique trans-européen a 25 ans!
-> See the website of the French Government