|Minority Leader of the Senate|
Assumed office |
|Preceded by||Salvatore Candreva|
|Senator for Ile de France|
Assumed office |
|Born||23 December 2102 (age 48)|
Paris, France, USE
|Political party||Parti Socialiste|
|Alma mater||University of Paris|
Kheira Necib is a European politican and lawyer, who is the current Minority Leader of the Senate, representing the Parti Socialiste and also a senator, representing the state of Ile de France. Necib is a senior member of her party and is the party's candidate for the 2012 presidential election.
Kheira Marie Necib was born to a working class family in the suburbs of Paris on 23rd December 2102. Her parents owned a small shop in Paris, where she helped out her parents until the age of 14. At the age of 18, Necib gained admission into the University of Paris, to study Law, later gaining a masters degree in Human Rights Law from Cambridge University, England. She then moved back to her native France to work as a lawyer.
Necib's career began as a junior partner at a human rights law firm in Paris. She was very successful as a lawyer, but later decided to enter politics, first working at the United Nations as a human rights officer and later as a foreign affairs adviser for Henrique Neto, during his presidency.
During her time working for Neto, she was recognised for her political skills and was a Socialist candidate in the 2138 federal elections, becoming senator for her own state, Ile de France.
After being re elected in 2146, Necib was voted by her fellow party members as Minority Leader of the Senate, leading her party in the senate.
In 2145, Kheira Necib announced that she would run in the Parti Socialiste primaries for the 2150 presidential election. She would later win her party's nomination.
Necib resides in Neuilly, Paris with her husband Hubert Aulas, professor of anthropology at the University of Paris. They do not have any children.
Necib is an athiest, and in addition to her native French, she speaks English and Italian.