Didier Paris, the former investigating judge

If Didier Paris’s involvement in politics began in 1977, when he was studying law in Dijon, it increased in the 2000s. It was first to the judiciary that the deputy turned. For fourteen years, he was a magistrate, including an investigating judge, before being seconded to join the prefectural corps. From 1993 to 1995, he was sub-prefect of Barcelonnette (04), then, from 1997 to 2000, sub-prefect of Beaune.

He will then go to the Lyon Court of Appeal, from 2002 to 2004, as an advisor. In 2000, Didier Paris became François Patriat’s chief of staff. He found him again in 2004, as general manager of the Burgundy regional council until 2009, before becoming a senior executive in a private group. Elected deputy for the first time in 2017, he won the legislative battle again, against René Lioret, candidate of the National Rally.