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FRANCE – The cabinet reshuffle saw new ministers at the government led by Elisabeth Borne. With Mr. Macron’s re-election for another mandate, the government already saw new faces, such as Damien Abad (Minister of Solidarity, Autonomy and Disabled People) or Pap Ndiaye (Minister of National Education and Youth). Mr. Abad – charged with “sexual assaults” as the media Mediapart revealed weeks ago – was replaced today by Geneviève Darrieussecq (Delegate Minister of Disabled People). Mr. Abad said during the handover of power with Mrs. Darrieussecq that “[he] will fight against this gruesome movement which makes slander a formidable political weapon”, before adding: “I will defend myself relentlessly until justice confirms my innocence”. Former Minister of Health, Olivier Véran became the spokesperson for the government, thus replacing Olivia Grégoire.
Bruno Le Maire (Minister of Economy), Gérald Darmanin (Minister of the Interior and the Overseas) and Eric Dupond-Moretti (Minister of Justice) remain at the government. Mr. Darmanin – accused of “rapist” by many political figures – was criticized by Mathilde Panot, leader of the left-wing political group La France Insoumise saying about him being now Minister of the Overseas, “the one who sent the RAID and the GIGN when Guadeloupeans demanded more social justice is now in charge of the overseas territories: cynicism and contempt for macronie”. Mrs Panot also said that her party will “table a vote of no confidence against the government”. “Mrs Borne, we do not mistreat democracy with immunity” she added on her Twitter account, in response to a media saying that the Prime Minister will not seek a vote of confidence from deputies on Wednesday.
This reshuffled government comes to life in a particularly difficult context for Mr. Macron’s party, as Ensemble! did not get the absolute majority at the National Assembly after the legislative elections. The president declared earlier this day that he “takes note of the lack of will of the governing parties to participate in an agreement”.
Adrien Fillon – correspondent in France for Adologala.gr