The minister elected by Elizabeth Borne was announced this Friday afternoon. Here are the newcomers and those who are ranked.
Catherine Colonna, Minister for Foreign Affairs
Diplomat Chiracia, the French ambassador to London, becomes Minister of Foreign Affairs. In the midst of an international crisis, Emmanuel Macron and Elizabeth Borne decided to nominate those who were at the forefront during Brexit and during tensions between the two countries over fishing permits.
Catherine Colonna succeeds Jean-Yves Le Drian on Orsay Street, which entered the government in 2012 at the beginning of Francois Hollande’s mission.
Agnès Pannier-Minister for Energy Conversion
Until then, Agnès Pannier-Runacher, the representative of the Minister of Industry, was appointed for energy conversion.
After graduating from HEC, ENA and Sciences Po, he became a Treasury Inspector in 2000, and later became Director General of Assistance Publique-Hôpitaux de Paris and Deputy Director of Finance and Strategy. Caisse des dépôts group before arriving at the government.
Amelie de Montcharin, Minister of Ecosystem Migration
Until then, the Minister of Transformation and Public Affairs, Amelie de Montcharin has been appointed to the migration of ecosystems and the cohesion of territories.
On the contrary, some interlocutors have emphasized his dialogue ability since arriving at civil servants in July 2020 after his first government experience as Secretary of State for European Affairs (2019-2020). ..
Pap Ndiaye, Minister of National Education
This expert in American social history is also interested in the situation of French minorities. He is an associate professor at Sciences PoParis and succeeds Jean-Michel Blanker.
Pap Ndiaye has never hidden his political commitment. In 2012, he participated in the writing of Tribune “Foranew Republic” published in L’Obs, inviting people to vote for Francois Hollande. In 2018, Pap Niaye said in an article on Le Monde : “It is a frustration to remove the word” race “from the French Constitution.”
Olivia Gregoire, government spokesman
Secretary of State Bercy will replace Gabriel Attal. At the age of 43, she is a member of La Republique en Marche. In the 2017 legislative election, she was elected to the sub-election of the 12th constituency in Paris. Beginning in the private sector, this Sciences Poand Essec graduate was also a member of the French National Assembly from 2017 to 2020.
Minister of Culture Lima Abdul Malak
She was previously a cultural and communication advisor at Elysée. Rima Abdul-Malak was the Cultural Attaché of the Mayor of Paris from 2012 to 2014, and she was the Cultural Attaché of New York from 2014 to 2018. She is the successor to Rosellyne Bachelot.
A great hard-working worker, she has worked closely with the head of state, who has opened many doors in the cultural sector, for three years. This can be read at Le Parisien.
Stanislas Gerini, Minister of Public Services
The representative of the Renaissance will succeed the Ministry of Public Affairs after fulfilling the same responsibilities as the chief of La Republique en Marche. This HEC graduate started by launching a solar panel business in 2007. He first joined PS, assisted Dominique Strauss-Kahn in the primary, and then joined Macron’s first guard. He will be the Minister of Transformation and Public Services.
Damian Abbado, Minister of Solidarity, Autonomy, Disability
Damian Abbado of Gardova will be the Minister of Solidarity and Autonomy in charge of handicap.This right wing MP, MP Figaro On Thursday, he resigned as Republican president in parliament and left the party.
Olivier Dusopt, Minister of Labor
Olivier Dusopt becomes Minister of Labor, Full Employment and Integration. This left-wing man, the ministerial representative in charge of public accounting, is also the president of the territory of progress movement.
Sylvie Retailleau, Minister of Higher Education
The physicist, president of the University of Paris-Sacre, will replace Frederick Vidal as a friend of the Minister of Higher Education and Research.
Bridget Bourguignon, Minister of Health
This socialist was the ministerial representative in charge of autonomy. She will also be the Minister of Prevention and will replace her supervisor, Olivier Véran.
Amélie Oudéa-Castéra, Minister of Sport
Amélie Oudéa-Castéra will be Minister of Sports, Olympics and Paralympics. Since March 2021, the Secretary of the French Tennis Federation has first had a short career as a tennis woman, then finished great research and started working for a very large company.
Yaël Braun-Pivet becomes Minister of Foreign Affairs
This member of District 5 of Eveline, a member of PS, and a member of Emmarche, then former chairman of the Legal Commission, will be responsible for the Overseas Territories. The former criminal lawyer quickly established himself as the majority of the president.
Several times she plans to visit the prison for her fellow MPs. She spent two days and one night at the Bois Darcy Remand Center with prison officials to better understand “what life is in the facility and how to manage the flow of prisoners.”
Isabelle Rom, Minister for Equality between Women and Men
Isabelle Rom will be the Minister of Equality, Diversity and Equal Opportunity for Women and Men. This high-ranking official of the Ministry of Justice’s gender equality was a justice of the peace before that. In particular, from 1987 to 1998, she made her debut in Lyon as a Criminal Execution Judge, President’s General Secretary, and Investigation Judge. At the age of 23, she became the youngest justice of the peace in France.