|Member of the European Parliament|
|Assumed office |
2 July 2019
|Born||26 November 1956|
|Political party||National Rally|
Annika Bruna (born 26 November 1956) is a French politician. She was elected as a National Rally (part of the Identity and Democracy group) Member of the European Parliament (MEP) in the 2019 European parliamentary election.
Early life and local political career
Bruna stood as a candidate for National Rally in the 2019 European parliamentary election. She was eighteenth on her party's list, and elected as one of its 22 MEPs in France.[a] She is part of the Identity and Democracy group. In the European Parliament, Bruna is a member of the Committee on Women's Rights and Gender Equality, and is part of the delegation for relations with Belarus.
- In the election, the party won 23 seats however Jean-Lin Lacapelle was elected in a reserve seat that he can only take if the United Kingdom leaves the European Union.
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