Government: here is the composition of the new government of Elisabeth Borne

New ones, and old ones.

Government: here is the composition of the new government of Elisabeth Borne

New ones, and old ones. The secretary general of the Elysée announced this Friday the composition of the Borne government, a rather tight team whose composition could change after the legislative elections. Among the newcomers, Rima Abdul Malak won the Culture portfolio in place of Roselyne Bachelot. Bruno Le Maire and Gérald Darmanin remain in their posts (respectively in the Economy and the Interior).

On Monday, it was therefore to the polytechnician Elisabeth Borne, minister throughout the first five-year term, that Emmanuel Macron had entrusted the task of launching the work of the second. With immense challenges, such as ecological planning, purchasing power or even pensions. The first Council of Ministers will take place on Monday.

Here is the full composition of the government:

Elisabeth Borne, Prime Minister, replaces Jean Castex

Bruno Le Maire, Minister of Economy, Finance and Industrial and Digital Sovereignty

Agnès Pannier-Runacher, Minister for Ecological Transition, replaces Barbara Pompili

Amélie de Montchalin, Minister of Ecological Planning and Territories

Catherine Colonna, Minister for Europe and Foreign Affairs, replaces Jean-Yves Le Drian

Pap Ndiaye, Minister of National Education, Youth and Sports, replaces Jean-Michel Blanquer

Sébastien Lecornu, Minister of the Armed Forces, replaces Florence Parly

Gérald Darmanin, Minister of the Interior, remains in his post

Olivier Dussopt, Minister of Labour, Full Employment and Integration, replaces Élisabeth Borne

Yaël Braun-Pivet, Minister of Overseas, replaces Sébastien Lecornu

Éric Dupond-Moretti, Keeper of the Seals, Minister of Justice, remains in his post

Rima Abdul Malak, Minister of Culture, replaces Roselyne Bachelot

Brigitte Bourguignon, Minister of Health, replaces Olivier Véran

Damien Abad, Minister of Solidarity, Autonomy, and People with Disabilities

Sylvie Retailleau, Minister of Research, Higher Education and Innovation, replaces Frédérique Vidal

Marc Fesneau, Minister of Agriculture and Food, replaces Julien Denormandie

Stanislas Guérini, Minister of Public Service, replaces Amélie de Montchalin

Amélie Oudéa-Castéra, Minister of Sports and the Olympic Games, replaces Roxana Maracineau

Among the delegate ministers:

Olivier Véran, Minister Delegate in charge of Relations with Parliament

Gabriel Attal, Minister Delegate in charge of Public Accounts

Christophe Béchu, Minister Delegate in charge of Local Authorities

Franck Riester, Minister Delegate for Foreign Trade and Attractiveness

Among the Secretaries of State:

Olivia Grégoire, government spokesperson, replaces Gabriel Attal

Clément Beaune, Secretary of State for Europe, remains in his post

Justine Benin, Secretary of State for the Sea

Charlotte Caubel, Secretary of State for Children

Chrysoula Zacharopoulou, Secretary of State for Development, La Francophonie and International Partnerships