Raphaël Schellenberger, the LR deputy who is leading the investigation into the nuclear industry
The chairman of the commission of inquiry into France’s energy sovereignty is a supporter and friend of Aurélien Pradié. He opposes pension reform
For months, he has heard everything. At the head of the commission of inquiry aimed at establishing the reasons for France’s loss of sovereignty and energy independence “, the deputy LR of Haut-Rhin, Raphaël Schellenberger was in the front row. Of Nicolas Sarkozy to François Hollande, via Ségolène Royal, Manuel Valls, Arnaud Montebourg or Élisabeth Borne and Nicolas Hulot, the LR deputy specialist in local authorities and energy issues had the right to everything, from lunar answers to the worst confessions in amateurism.
Since October, with the elected members of the commission at his side, Raphaël Schellenberger has heard nearly 90 people: two former presidents of the Republic – a first in a commission of inquiry -, a former prime minister and a head of government, former ministers, business leaders, honorary president of EDF, heads of scientific or administrative bodies, technical advisers. With a goal…