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Djaouida Sellah

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Preceded by  Carole Lavallee
Name  Djaouida Sellah
Succeeded by  Riding dissolved
Party  New Democratic Party
Residence  Longueuil, Canada
Profession  Physician

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Role  Member of the Canadian House of Commons
Office  Member of the Canadian House of Commons since 2011

Political party  New Democratic Party

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Djaouida Sellah is a former Canadian politician, who was elected to the Canadian House of Commons in the 2011 election

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Early life and career

Sellah was born in Algiers, Algeria. Her mother was a midwife and her father was killed in the Algerian War of Independence. She was a volunteer doctor for the Red Crescent during the Gulf War in Baghdad. She then went to Kuala Lumpur with her husband who was working as a translator. The two came to Quebec in 1998. Sellah has three children. At the time of her election, she was president of the Association québécoise des médecins diplômés hors Canada et États-Unis, supporting the recognition of qualifications of foreign-trained doctors.

Federal Politics

Sellah was elected in the 2011 Election, for the Electorial District of Saint-Bruno—Saint-Hubert as part of the Orange Wave that swept Quebec, defeating Three-Term Bloc MP Carole Lavallée. Sellah was the first Canadian Politician elected who was born in Algeria. Following the death of Jack Layton, Sellah endorsed Tom Mulcair to be the next leader of the NDP

Sellah served on the Health Committee for the 1st session of the 41st Parliament, and she then served on the Standing Committee of the Status of Women, for the remainder of the Parliament. She also served as the Health Critic for the NDP from 2012 until 2013.

Sellah ran in the 2015 election in the new Riding of Montarville, but placed third losing to Liberal Michel Picard who she also defeated in 2011. She blamed her loss on Strategic voting, were voters ditched the NDP for the Liberals.

Post Commons

Sellah ran for President of the NDP to replace Rebecca Blaikie but ultimately lost to Marit Stiles.

As of 2017 Sellah is the Vice-President of the New Democratic Party of Quebec

References

Djaouida Sellah Wikipedia


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