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New government: the ministers beaten in the legislative elections will have to resign – Le Figaro

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INFO LE FIGARO – The Élysée maintains the instructions already enacted by Emmanuel Macron five years ago, and inherited from Nicolas Sarkozy in 2007. Fifteen ministers are concerned, including the first of them Élisabeth Borne. They will have to convert the test. Out of the 28 members of the new government in total, fifteen ministers are candidates in the general elections on 12th and 19th June next. Starting with the first of them, Elisabeth Borne, who is running in the 6th district of Calvados. Although the situation is clearly different from that of 2017 – there were only six concerned – the Élysée has decided to maintain the instructions already issued by Emmanuel Macron five years ago, and inherited from Nicolas Sarkozy in 2007. , according to our information, all those who would be beaten in three weeks will have to resign. In addition to the head of government, only Clément Beaune (Europe) is also presenting himself for the first time in his young career, in the 7th district of Paris. SEE ALSO – Legislative: “Those who want to turn the Macron page vote Nupes, the rest is useless”, considers Jean-Luc Mélenchon all their own re-election, or return to a stronghold they have already won in the past: Gérald Darmanin (Interior) in the 10th district of the North; Amélie de Montchalin (Ecological planning) in the 6th district of Essonne; Brigitte Bourguignon (Health) in the 6th district of Pas-de-Calais; Olivier Dussopt (Labour) in the 2nd district of Ardèche; Damien Abad (Solidarities) in the 5th district of Ain; Marc Fesneau (Agriculture) in the 1st Loir-et-Cher; Stanislas Guerini (Public Transformation) in the 3rd district of Paris; Yaël Braun-Pivet (Overseas) in the 5th district of Yvelines; Olivier Véran (Relations with the Parliament) in the 1st of Isère; Gabriel Attal (Public Accounts) in the 10th district of Hauts-de-Seine; Olivia Grégoire (spokesperson) in the 12th district of Paris; and Justine Benin (Sea) in the 2nd of Guadeloupe. Whatever the electoral results of each, Emmanuel Macron has in any case planned to make some adjustments by the summer. The Head of State would indeed like, depending on the future appearance of the National Assembly, to try to prolong the overcoming and enlargement begun five years ago, by going to convince other members of the Republicans or the Socialist Party to join him. If indeed he does not succeed, the President of the Republic then intends to draw on the staff of the parties that make up the confederation “Together!” who supports him: his party La République en Marche, the MoDem of François Bayrou, and the Horizons movement of Édouard Philippe. Several strategic portfolios, such as Housing, Transport or Digital have thus been left vacant for the time being. SEE ALSO – Reports against Damien Abad: Terminal “will draw all the consequences if justice is seized again”

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