Cazeneuve government

Last updated on 12 October 2017

The Cazeneuve government was the thirty-ninth Government of France. It was led by Bernard Cazeneuve who was appointed Prime Minister of France on 6 December 2016. It consisted of 15 ministers from the Socialist Party (PS), two from the Radical Party of the Left (PRG) and one from Ecologist Party (E!).

Ahead of 2017 presidential election, incumbent president François Hollande announced he would not run for a second presidential term after which incumbent Prime Minister Manuel Valls announced his candidacy at the 2017 Socialist Party presidential primary elections and resignation from the position of the Prime Minister the following day.[1][2] Bernard Cazeneuve, former Minister of the Interior, was appointed head of a new government which resumed almost entirely the composition of the preceding one.[3]

Cazeneuve government
39th Government of France
Bernard Cazeneuve 21 February 2013.jpg
Bernard Cazeneuve
Date formed 6 December 2016
Date dissolved 10 May 2017
People and organisations
Head of state François Hollande
Head of government Bernard Cazeneuve
No. of ministers 18
Member parties Socialist Party
Radical Party of the Left
Ecologist Party
History
Predecessor Second Valls government
Successor First Philippe government

Members

Prime Minister

Post Name Party
Bernard Cazeneuve 21 February 2013.jpg Prime Minister Cazeneuve, BernardBernard Cazeneuve PS

Ministers

Post Name Party
Jean-Marc Ayrault (13293401154).jpg Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Development Jean-Marc Ayrault PS
Secretary Kerry Chats With French Minister Royal Before the Plenary Session of COP21 in Paris (23334290969) (cropped).jpg Minister of Ecology, Sustainable Development and Energy Royal, SégolèneSégolène Royal PS
Portrait Najat Vallaud-Belkacem-crop.jpg Minister of National Education, Higher Education and Research Vallaud-Belkacem, NajatNajat Vallaud-Belkacem PS
Jean-Jacques Urvoas (cropped).jpg Minister of Justice
Keeper of the Seals
Jean-Jacques Urvoas PS
Michel sapin mars 2015-wikipedia1 (cropped).jpg Minister of Finance and the Economy Sapin, MichelMichel Sapin PS
Marisol Touraine 2015 (cropped).jpg Minister of Social Affairs, Health Touraine, MarisolMarisol Touraine PS
Myriam El Khomri par Claude Truong-Ngoc septembre 2014.jpg Minister of Labour, Employment and Social Dialogue Myriam El Khomri PS
Rennes - 6 mai 2012 JY Le Drian-02 (cropped).JPG Minister of Defence Le Drian, Jean-YvesJean-Yves Le Drian PS
Bruno Le Roux, 2012 (cropped).jpgMatthias Fekl par Claude Truong-Ngoc février 2015.jpg Minister of the Interior Bruno Le Roux (until 21 March 2017) ;
Matthias Fekl (from 21 March 2017)
PS
Patrick Kanner par Claude Truong-Ngoc septembre 2014.jpg Minister of the Urbanity, Youth Affairs and Sports Patrick Kanner PS
Annick Girardin.jpg Minister of Decentralization, State Reform and Public Service Annick Girardin PRG
Didier Plowy - Audrey Azoulay (cropped).jpg Minister of Culture and Communication Audrey Azoulay Ind.
Le Foll Toulouse 2012.JPG Minister of Agriculture, Agrifood and Forestry, Government Spokesperson Le Foll, StéphaneStéphane Le Foll PS
Europe Ecologie closing rally regional elections 2010-03-10 n13.jpg Minister of Housing and Territorial Development Emmanuelle Cosse E
Ericka Bareigts (cropped).jpg Minister of Overseas France Ericka Bareigts PS
Jean-Michel Baylet - Strauss-Kahn meeting in Toulouse for the 2007 French presidential election 0154 2007-04-13 cropped mini (cropped).jpg Minister of Spatial Planning, Rurality and Territorial Communities Baylet, Jean-MichelJean-Michel Baylet PRG
LR-2012-Hémicycle (cropped).JPG Minister for Family, Children and Women's Rights Rossignol, LaurenceLaurence Rossignol PS

Secretaries of State

[4]

Post Ministry Name Party
André Vallini.jpg Secretary of State for Parliamentary Relations Prime Minister Vallini, AndréAndré Vallini PS
JVP6.jpg Secretary of State for State Reform and Simplification Prime Minister Placé, Jean-VincentJean-Vincent Placé Écologistes !
Juliette Méadel.jpg Secretary of State for Aid Victims Prime Minister Méadel, JulietteJuliette Méadel PS
Harlem Désir 01.JPG Secretary of State for European Affairs Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Development Désir, HarlemHarlem Désir PS
Jean Marie Le Guen.JPG Secretary of State for Development and Francophonie Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Development Le Guen, Jean-MarieJean-Marie Le Guen PS
Matthias Fekl par Claude Truong-Ngoc février 2015.jpg Secretary of State for Foreign Trade, Tourism and French overseas Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Development Matthias Fekl (until 21 March 2017) PS
Vidalies-cropped.jpg Secretary of State for Transport, Marine and Fisheries Ecology, Sustainable Development and Energy Vidalies, AlainAlain Vidalies PS
Barbara pompili.jpg Secretary of State for International Relations Climate and Biodiversity Minister of Ecology, Sustainable Development and Energy Pompili, BarbaraBarbara Pompili Écologistes !
Thierry Mandon, 2015 (cropped).jpg Secretary of State for Higher Education and Research Minister of National Education, Higher Education and Research Mandon, ThierryThierry Mandon PS
Christian Eckert (22 mai 2014).jpg Secretary of State for the Budget Minister of Finance and the Economy Eckert, ChristianChristian Eckert PS
Portait Martine PINVILLE.jpg Secretary of State for Trade, Crafts, Consumer and Social Economy and Solidarity Minister of Finance and the Economy Pinville, MartineMartine Pinville PS
Axelle Lemaire par Claude Truong-Ngoc avril 2015.jpg State Secretary for Digital Affairs and Innovation
(since 27 February 2017)
Minister of Finance and the Economy Lemaire, AxelleAxelle Lemaire PS
Christophe Sirugue.jpg Secretary of State for Industry
(until 27 February 2017)
Secretary of State for Industry, Digital Affairs and Innovation
(since 27 February 2017)
Minister of Finance and the Economy Sirugue, ChristopheChristophe Sirugue PS
Segolene Neuville.jpg State Secretary for the Disabled and against Social Exclusion Minister of Social Affairs, Health and Women's Rights Ségolène Neuville PS
PBoistard.jpg Secretary of State for Seniors and Autonomy Minister of Social Affairs, Health Boistard, PascalePascale Boistard PS
Jean-Marc Todeschini par Claude Truong-Ngoc février 2015.jpg Secretary of State for Veterans Defence Todeschini, Jean-MarcJean-Marc Todeschini PS
Clotilde Valter 2015 Tour de France (2).jpg Secretary of State for Vocational Training and Apprenticeship Minister of Labour, Employment and Social Dialogue Clotilde Valter PS
Estelle Grelier.jpg Secretary of State for Local Authorities Minister of Spatial Planning and Rurality Grelier, EstelleEstelle Grelier PS
Hélène Geoffroy.jpg Secretary of State of the City Minister of the Urbanity, Youth Affairs and Sports Geoffroy, HélèneHélène Geoffroy PS
Thierry BRAILLARD.JPG Secretary of State for Sports Minister of Women's Rights, Urbanity, Youth Affairs and Sport Thierry Braillard PRG

Changes

  • On 27 February 2017 Axelle Lemaire resigned from his post of State Secretary for Digital Affairs and Innovation to devote to the presidential campaign of Benoît Hamon and to his candidature for the legislative elections. The post of State Secretary for Digital Affairs and Innovation is taken over by Christophe Sirugue, cumulating with its secretariat To Industry
  • On 21 March 2017, Bruno Le Roux resigned from his post of Minister of the Interior, after accusations of alleged fictitious jobs of parliamentary assistants of her minor daughters while he was deputy. He was replaced by the Secretary of State for Foreign Trade, Tourism and French oversea Matthias Fekl. The post of Secretary of State for Foreign Trade, Tourism and French overseas is deleted.

References

Preceded by
Second Valls government
Government of France
2016–2017
Succeeded by
First Philippe government

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