Member of the EDP
Bruno Fuchs began his career as a journalist at TF1, where he joined the Brussels office of TF1 in 1983 as deputy correspondent for European affairs. After moving on to major news reports and the economic department, he became presenter and editor-in-chief of the Journal de la Nuit in 1992. In 1995, he joined Jean-Marie Cavada on La Cinquième as Editor-in-Chief and presenter of the daily programme "Atout savoir".
After 18 years of journalism, he chose entrepreneurship by creating an agency to support economic, political and associative decision-makers.
A keen chess player, he has a precise vision of the strategy to adopt for a strong, attractive Alsace, open to Europe. Since his election to the National Assembly in 2017, he has been committed to the most vulnerable and has tirelessly supported local causes.
At the National Assembly, he works on international issues related to the development of the French-speaking world and provides generalist and multidisciplinary expertise on numerous subjects such as poor housing, regional planning and the economy.
Member of the Committee on Social Affairs, Health and Sustainable Development (since 2020) and the Committee on Equality and Non-Discrimination (since 2017)
Alternate Member of the Committee on Culture, Science, Education and Media (2017-2020)
Member of the Committee on Cultural Affairs and Education
Vice-President of the Special Committee to examine the draft law on bioethics
Member of the Special committee to examine the draft law establishing a universal pension system and the draft organic law on the universal pension system