Bruno Le Roux
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Bruno Le Roux (French pronunciation: [bʁyno ləˈʁu]; born 2 May 1965) was the Minister of the Interior of France from 6 December 2016 to 21 March 2017. He was a member of the National Assembly of France where he represented the Seine-Saint-Denis department and was the leader of the Socialist, Ecologist & Republican Group. He has led the Socialist Party in the National Assembly from 2012 until 2016. On 6 December 2016 he was named Minister of the Interior in the Government of Bernard Cazeneuve.
Bruno Le Roux
|Minister of the Interior|
6 December 2016 – 21 March 2017
|Prime Minister||Bernard Cazeneuve|
|Preceded by||Bernard Cazeneuve|
|Succeeded by||Matthias Fekl|
|Leader of the Socialist Group in the National Assembly|
21 June 2012 – 6 December 2016
|Preceded by||Jean-Marc Ayrault|
|Succeeded by||Seybah Dagoma (Acting)|
|Born||2 May 1965|
|Political party||Socialist Party|
|Alma mater||Paris West University Nanterre La Défense|
On 21 March 2017, Le Roux was forced to resign from the government when it was revealed that he employed his two daughters, aged just 15 and 16, as parliamentary assistants – using public funds – while he served as a deputy in the National Assembly. He was succeeded by Matthias Fekl, the Minister of State for Foreign Trade.
- "LISTE DÉFINITIVE DES DÉPUTÉS ÉLUS À L'ISSUE DES DEUX TOURS" (in French). National Assembly of France. Retrieved 2010-07-04.
- Laurence Norman (May 30, 2015), Russia Produces Blacklist of EU People Banned From Entering Country Wall Street Journal.
- European Union anger at Russian travel blacklist BBC News, May 31, 2015.
- Arthur Berdah (21 March 2017). "Contraint à la démission, Le Roux remplacé par Fekl au ministère de l'Intérieur". Le FIgaro. Retrieved 21 March 2017.
|Party political offices|
| Leader of the Socialist Group in the National Assembly
| Minister of the Interior
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