For the most part, they just put their suitcases in a new ministry. But, a few weeks after the appointment of the new government, the members of the executive are preparing to abandon the parisian life for a vacation. With two points common to all coronavirus forces, reports Le Parisien : the cut will be far from complete and will be in the Hexagon. "Everyone has thought about. This is not the year to go away. This summer, one remains in France to support our economy, " said one of them.
The newspaper says that the ministers will have approximately three weeks of break between the 29 July, the date of the last council of ministers, and the next one, scheduled for August 24. Working meetings should be organized in the meantime. Some will be more busy, as Gérald Darmanin, who had succeeded Christophe Castaner place Beauvau. "It fits a few days, this will not be more than a big weekend ", explains the entourage of the new minister of the Interior.
Single Jean-Yves Le Drian will travel abroad
Prime minister Jean Castex, also very busy this summer, will be between Paris and Prades. Bruno The Mayor and Florence Parly, respectively, to the Economy and Defence, have for their part opted the Alps. They could see the minister delegate in charge of Housing, Emmanuelle Wargon, who will be in Chamonix. Further south, Eric Dupond-Moretti and Frédérique Vidal, keeper of the Seals and minister of higher Education, have preferred the sun of Nice, a few hundred yards of the fort de Brégançon, where Emmanuel Macron has planned to spend her vacation. Le Parisien said that he should receive foreign heads of State. As the president, Elizabeth Terminal, nomméeministre of the Work, will be in the Var, after a few days in the Manche department.
In the South, still, the French could cross the minister delegate in charge of public Accounts, Olivier Dussopt, but also Marlène Schiappa, Gabriel Attal or Franck Riester, respectively delegate minister in charge of Citizenship, government spokesman and minister delegate in charge of foreign Trade and Attractiveness. The new Culture minister, Roselyne Bachelot, will be in the basque Country. Jean-Baptiste Djebbari, in charge of Transport, will be on the island of Ré and close to the cap Ferret. Amélie de Montchalin, the secretary of State in charge of european Affairs, chose the Perigord. As for Sébastien Lecornu, minister of overseas, it will be in the French department of Eure. Two members of the executive should, however, be moved further : Jean-Yves Le Drian, usually at the Quai d'orsay, will be a time in Spain before winning the Morbihan. Annick Girardin, minister of the Sea, will do more kilometres, but will remain in France, since she is headed to Saint-Pierre-and-Miquelon.