Within the new government, Bruno Le Maire remained at Bercy. Brigitte Bourguignon becomes Minister of Health and Prevention.
Twenty-six days after Emmanuel Macron was re-elected President of the Republic, the constitution of the new government was finally known. Alexis Koehler, Secretary General of the Elysee, revealed the names of the new ministers on the steps of the presidential palace shortly before 4:30 pm.
Continuity in Percy
Bruno Le Maire remains Minister of Economy and Finance and will also be responsible for “industrial and digital sovereignty”. Bruno Le Maire was loyal to Emmanuel Macron, and was a minister in the governments of Edouard Philippe and Jean Castex. He’s been in charge of Percy since 2017.
Duquesne Street, the new government is working to separate health and solidarity. Brigitte Bourguignon, Minister of Autonomy so far, has changed the scope. She was appointed Minister of Health and Prevention in the Elizabeth Bourne government. The inclusion of prevention in the title of the ministry symbolizes the importance of this area to the new government.
For his part, former Minister of Solidarity and Health Olivier Veran became Minister Delegate in charge of Relations with Parliament and Democratic Life.
In addition, Al-Ain’s deputy and former head of the Republican group in the National Assembly, Damian Abad, is entering the government. He was appointed Minister of Solidarity, Autonomy and the Disabled.
Amelie de Montchalin becomes Minister for the Environmental Transition. So the former collaborator with Axa was reassigned to the government. Stanislas Guerini succeeded him as Minister of Transformation and Public Service.
A former employee of Axa from 2011 to 2018, Amélie Oudéa-Castera, became Minister for Sports and the Olympic and Paralympic Games. She worked for 5 years at Axa France where she held the positions of Marketing, Digital Director and then Deputy Director of Retail Business. After that, she held the position of Marketing Director and Digital Director for Axa Group for two years, from 2016 to 2018. After leaving Axa Group, she worked at Carrefour as a Customer, Digital and Marketing Director. Since March 2021, she holds the position of Director General of the French Tennis Federation.
- Bruno Le Maire, Minister of Economy, Finance, Industry and Digital Sovereignty
- Gerald Darmanin as Minister of the Interior.
- Eric Dupond Moretti, Minister of Justice.
- Catherine Colonna, Minister for Europe and Foreign Affairs
- Bab Ndiaye, Minister of National Education and Youth.
- Sebastien Licornu, Minister of the Armed Forces.
- Brigitte Bourguignon, Minister of Health and Prevention
- Damianabad, Minister of Solidarity, Autonomy and People with Disabilities
- Yael Brown Biv., Secretary of State.
- Olivier Dusupet, Minister of Labour, Full Employment and Integration.
- Stanislas Guerini, Minister of Public Service
- Rima Abdel-Malik, Minister of Culture.
- Mark Visnow, Minister of Agriculture and Food Sovereignty.
- Sylvie Ritayo, Minister of Education and Research.
- Amelie de Montchalin, Minister of Environmental Transformation and Regional Cohesion
- Agnès Pannier-Runacher, Minister of Energy Transition
- Amelie Odea Castera, Minister of Sports, Olympic and Paralympic Games
- Gabriel Attal, Delegate Minister for Public Accounts Affairs.
- Clément Bonn, Minister Plenipotentiary for European Affairs
- Isabel Roma, Minister Plenipotentiary for Equality between Women and Men, Diversity and Equal Opportunities
- Olivier Veran, Minister Plenipotentiary for Relations with Parliament and Democratic Life
- Christophe Picchu, Minister Delegate for Local Authorities
- Frank Riester, Minister of Foreign Trade and Attraction
- Olivia Gregoire, government spokeswoman.
- Justine Benin, Secretary of State for Maritime Affairs
- Charlotte Coppell, Minister of State for Children
- Crisola Zacharopoulou, Minister of State for Development, Francophonie and International Partnerships