The list of ministers who are members of the government led by Élisabeth Borne, appointed Prime Minister on May 16, was unveiled on Friday. The government now consists of 27 members, 14 men and 13 women. 13 of the ministers already belonged to the Castex government and four keep their portfolio. The first Council of Ministers will be held Monday at 10 a.m. To display this Twitter content, you must accept Social Network cookies. These cookies allow you to share or react directly on the social networks to which you are connected or to integrate content originally posted on these social networks. They also allow social networks to use your visits to our sites and applications for the purposes of personalization and advertising targeting. I authorize Manage my choices Several “heavyweights” renewed Bruno Le Maire and Gérald Darmanin keep their respective portfolios in the Economy and the Interior. Clément Beaune also retains his post in European Affairs. Challenged by the Syndicate of the magistrature, Eric Dupond-Moretti also remains, at the Chancellery. Gabriel Attal, who inherits the Budget, gives up his place as spokesperson to Olivia Grégoire, who until then held the position of Secretary of State in charge of the Social, Solidarity and Responsible Economy. Several other members of the Castex government are promoted, like Sébastien Lecornu and Olivier Dussopt. The first, who was Minister of Overseas, becomes the new Minister of the Armed Forces. The second, hitherto Minister Delegate in charge of Public Accounts, joins the Ministry of Labour. Ditto for Brigitte Bourguignon. The Minister Delegate in charge of Autonomy replaces Olivier Véran at the Ministry of Health. The latter, on the front line during the health crisis, will now be in charge of relations with Parliament. Marc Fesneau is appointed Minister of Agriculture. Amélie de Montchalin is leaving her Public Service portfolio for Ecological Planning and Territories. Agnès Pannier-Runacher, until then Secretary of State to the Minister for the Economy, has just been appointed Minister for Energy Transition. Fifteen entrants and few new faces Among the new ones, the former tennis hopeful and enarque Amélie Oudéa-Castera is appointed Minister of Sports and the Olympic and Paralympic Games, the number one of LREM, Stanislas Guerini, Minister of Transformation and of the Public Service and the deputy Yaël Braun-Pivet Minister of Overseas. The complete list of new members of the government Ministers Bruno Le Maire, Minister of the Economy, Finance and Industrial and Digital Sovereignty Gérald Darmanin, Minister of the Interior Catherine Colonna, Minister for Europe and Foreign Affairs Eric Dupond-Moretti, Minister of Justice Amélie de Montchalin, Minister of Ecological Transition and Territorial Cohesion Pap Ndiaye, Minister of National Education and Youth Sébastien Lecornu, Minister of the Armed Forces Brigitte Bourguignon, Minister of Health and for Prevention Olivier Dussopt, Minister for Labour, Full Employment and Integration Damien Abad, Minister for Solidarity, Autonomy and Disabled People Sylvie Retailleau, Minister for Higher Education and Research Marc Fesneau, Minister for Agriculture and Food Sovereignty Stanislas Guerini, Minister for the Civil Service Yaël Braun-Pivet, Minister for Overseas Rima Abdul Malak, mini Minister of Culture Agnès Pannier-Runacher, Minister for Energy Transition Amélie Oudéa-Castéra, Minister for Sports and the Olympic and Paralympic Games The Ministers Delegate Olivier Véran, Secretary of State for Relations with Parliament and Democratic Life Isabelle Rome, Secretary of State for Equality Gabriel Attal, Secretary of State for Public Accounts Christophe Béchu, Secretary of State for Local Authorities Franck Riester, Secretary of State for Foreign Trade and Attractiveness Clément Beaune, Secretary of State for Europe The Secretaries of State Olivia Grégoire, Government Spokesperson Justine Benin, in charge of the Sea Charlotte Caubel, in charge of Childhood Chrysoula Zacharopoulou, in charge of the development of Francophonie and international partnerships
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