Born in Rwanda, Hervé Berville was adopted by a French family in 1994, during the genocide against the Tutsi. At 27, Hervé became one of the youngest members of the French National Assembly, where he currently serves as Spokesperson for La Republique En Marche, and is responsible for the Overseas Development and Fight Against Global Inequalities Act. Hervé has spoken in favour of a substantial increase to overseas spending on education and training for young people living in the poorest regions of Africa. He also takes an active part in fighting populism as well as racial and gender discrimination. In his constituency, his work focuses on fostering access to local public services for youth and disadvantaged people, particularly in rural areas.
Member of National Assembly and Spokesperson for La Republique En Marche