After a busy international agenda, Emmanuel Macron is back in France to take care of national affairs. During his absence, one of the priority files of his second five-year term was on hold: the cabinet reshuffle.

Announced several weeks ago following the results of the legislative elections on June 19, 2022, “we can imagine” that it will take place on Monday or Tuesday July 4 and 5, reports government spokesperson Olivia Grégoire on LCI.

The head of government, Elisabeth Borne was to meet this Friday with the President of the Republic to formulate his “proposals”, as Le Figaro reports, to replace several ministers. No matter what happens by next week, there “will be a council of ministers”, specifies Olivia Grégoire.

In the slideshow below, find the list of those who should leave the government in the coming days.

The results of the 2022 legislative elections are historic. For the first time since the establishment of the five-year term in 2002, the President of the Republic did not obtain an absolute majority in the National Assembly. A situation that is a real thorn in the side of Emmanuel Macron.

To overcome this, the Head of State can count on his Prime Minister who, in his absence, has set out to meet all the party leaders. The objective is simple: “to identify possible agreements and compromises to find government action around the relative majority obtained in the Assembly”, reports BFMTV.

During her meeting with the President of the Republic this Friday, July 1, 2022, Elisabeth Borne must report on her meetings to Emmanuel Macron so that they can together compose “a new government of action at the service of France”, as the wishes the President of the Republic.