Familiar faces and newcomers. The Elysée has officially announced the composition of the Borne 2 government, a reshuffle marked in particular by the ousting of Damien Abad, the subject of an investigation for attempted sexual assault, a report, and a complaint for rape closed without further action. The deputy of the fifth constituency of Ain was at the head of the Ministry of Solidarity, Autonomy and Disabled People of France.

Chrysoula Zacharopoulou, Secretary of State in charge of Francophonie, on the other hand, is maintained in her post despite two complaints of rape and a third complaint of violence in the context of her duties as a gynecologist.

You can find the complete composition of the new government in a previous article.

Another headache for Elisabeth Borne: replacing the ministers beaten in the legislative elections. Indeed, the instruction was clear: in the event of defeat in the legislative elections, the candidate ministers are required to resign.

Finally, it was necessary to replace the new President of the National Assembly, Yaël Braun-Pivet, as Minister Delegate for Overseas Territories. Jean-François Carenco now holds this position.

Do other ministers also risk having to give up their place? According to information from Capital, the victory in the legislative elections of four members of the government is in question, which could lead to their resignation. Details in our slideshow below.