The legislative elections sounded the death knell of this government. So here comes the time for Borne II, which welcomes a significant number of new faces and no less organizational chart changes. The defeat of certain ministers during the previous election implying their resignation from the government, they had to be replaced. As a reminder, underlines the Journal du Dimanche on its site, it is Amélie de Montchalin, Brigitte Bourguignon and Justine Benin. However, they are not the only ones to have left the adventure!

As Planet recently explained, at least two other ministers were also preparing to leave: Yaël Braun-Pivet, first, because she won the Perchoir of the National Assembly. She was Minister of Overseas, a position she held for about a month. And then… We also had to deal with the Damien Abad affair, which caused quite a stir in the media. The former Minister of Solidarity, Autonomy and People with Disabilities, targeted by an investigation for attempted rape, ended up returning his morocco.

Many elected representatives of the MoDem, the allied party of Emmanuel Macron, enter the government today. Some as deputy ministers when others have been appointed secretaries of state. Without forgetting, of course, those who were already members of the executive as may be the case of Marc Fesneau, Minister of Agriculture.

Moreover, informs Le Figaro which keeps a live on the question, the new Borne government has a clear political advantage: it respects an indisputable numerical parity and has 42 ministers. 21 are men, 21 are women, including the Prime Minister, Elisabeth Borne.

To learn more about the upheavals within the executive team, consult our slideshow which you will find below.