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The Second Valls government was the thirty-eighth government in the Fifth Republic of France.

Second Valls government
38th Government of France
Valls Schaefer Munich Economic Summit 2015 (cropped).JPG
Manuel Valls
Date formed27 August 2014
Date dissolved6 December 2016
People and organisations
Head of stateFrançois Hollande
Head of governmentManuel Valls
No. of ministers16
Member partiesSocialist Party
Radical Party of the Left
After 11 February 2016 :
Socialist Party
Radical Party of the Left
Écologistes !
Status in legislatureBefore 11 Feb 2016:
Majority
305 / 577 (53%)
After 11 Feb 2016:
Majority
323 / 577 (56%)
History
PredecessorFirst Valls government
SuccessorCazeneuve government

It was led by Manuel Valls, who was appointed Prime Minister of France on 27 August 2014, and consisted of 15 ministers from the Socialist Party (PS) and 2 from the Radical Party of the Left (PRG).

Following Valls' decision to focus on his campaign for the French Socialist Party presidential primary, he resigned from his functions on 6 December 2016.[1] The government was succeeded by the Cazeneuve Government.

Prime MinisterEdit

Post Name Party
  Prime Minister Manuel Valls PS

MinistersEdit

Post[2] Name Party
    Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Development Laurent Fabius (until 11 February 2016) ;
Jean-Marc Ayrault (from 11 February 2016)
PS
  Minister of Ecology, Sustainable Development and Energy Ségolène Royal PS
  Minister of National Education, Higher Education and Research Najat Vallaud-Belkacem PS
    Minister of Justice
Keeper of the Seals
Christiane Taubira (until 27 January 2016) ;
Jean-Jacques Urvoas (from 27 January 2016)
Walwari (app. PRG);
PS
  Minister of Finance and the Economy Michel Sapin PS
  Minister of Economy, Industry and Digital Affairs Emmanuel Macron (until 30 August 2016) Ind.
  Minister of Social Affairs, Health Marisol Touraine PS
    Minister of Labour, Employment and Social Dialogue François Rebsamen (until 2 September 2015) ;
Myriam El Khomri (from 2 September 2015)
PS
  Minister of Defence Jean-Yves Le Drian PS
  Minister of the Interior Bernard Cazeneuve PS
  Minister of the Urbanity, Youth Affairs and Sports Patrick Kanner PS
    Minister of Decentralisation, State Reform and Public Service Marylise Lebranchu (until 11 February 2016) ;
Annick Girardin (from 11 February 2016)
PS;
PRG
    Minister of Culture and Communication Fleur Pellerin (until 11 February 2016)
Audrey Azoulay (from 11 February 2016)
PS
  Minister of Agriculture, Agrifood and Forestry, Government Spokesperson Stéphane Le Foll PS
    Minister of Housing and Territorial Development Sylvia Pinel (until 11 February 2016) ;
Emmanuelle Cosse (from 11 February 2016)
PRG
Écologistes !
  Minister of Overseas France George Pau-Langevin(until 30 August 2016) ;
Ericka Bareigts (from 30 August 2016)
PS
  Minister of Spatial Planning and Rurality
(since 11 February 2016)
Jean-Michel Baylet PRG
  Minister for Family, Children and Women's Rights Laurence Rossignol PS

Secretary of StateEdit

[3]

Post Ministry Name Party
  Secretary of State for Relations with Parliament Prime Minister Jean-Marie Le Guen PS
      Secretary of State for State Reform and Simplification Prime Minister Thierry Mandon (until 17 June 2015);
Clotilde Valter (17 June 2015 to 11 February 2016);
Jean-Vincent Placé (from 11 February 2016)
PS
Écologistes !
  Secretary of State for European Affairs Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Development Harlem Désir PS
    Secretary of State Development and Francophonie Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Development Annick Girardin (until 11 February 2016);
André Vallini (from 11 February 2016)
PRG
PS

 
Secretary of State for Foreign Trade, Tourism and French overseas Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Development Thomas Thévenoud (until 4 September 2014);
Matthias Fekl (from 4 September 2014)
PS
  Secretary of State for Transport, Marine and Fisheries Ecology, Sustainable Development and Energy Alain Vidalies PS
Secretary of State for real equality
(since 11 February 2016)
Prime Minister Ericka Bareigts PS
  Secretary of State Aid Victims
(from 11 February 2016 to 30 August 2016)
Prime Minister Juliette Méadel PS
 
 
Secretary of State for Higher Education and Research Minister of National Education, Higher Education and Research Geneviève Fioraso (until 17 June 2015);
Thierry Mandon (from 17 June 2015)
PS
  Secretary of State for the Budget Minister of Finance and the Economy Christian Eckert PS
 
 
Secretary of State for Veterans Defence Kader Arif (until 21 November 2014);
Jean-Marc Todeschini (from 21 November 2014)
PS
  Secretary of State for Vocational Training and Apprenticeship
(since 11 February 2016)
Minister of Labour, Employment and Social Dialogue Clotilde Valter [fr] PS
  State Secretary for the Disabled and against Social Exclusion Minister of Social Affairs, Health and Women's Rights Ségolène Neuville [fr] PS
  Secretary of State for Seniors and Autonomy
(since 11 February 2016)
Minister of Social Affairs, Health Pascale Boistard PS
 
 
Secretary of State for Trade, Crafts, Consumer and Social Economy and Solidarity Minister of Finance and the Economy Carole Delga (until 17 June 2015);
Martine Pinville (from 17 June 2015)
PS
  State Secretary for Digital Affairs and Innovation Minister of Finance and the Economy Axelle Lemaire PS
  Secretary of State for International Relations Climate and Biodiversity
(since 11 February 2016)
Minister of Ecology, Sustainable Development and Energy Barbara Pompili Écologistes !
  Secretary of State for Sports Minister of Women's Rights, Urbanity, Youth Affairs and Sport Thierry Braillard [fr] PRG
  Secretary of State of the City
(since 11 February 2016)
Minister of the Urbanity, Youth Affairs and Sports Hélène Geoffroy PS
  Secretary of State for Local Authorities
(since 11 February 2016)
Minister of Spatial Planning and Rurality Estelle Grelier PS
  Secretary of State for Industry
(since 1 September 2016)
Minister of Finance and the Economy Christophe Sirugue PS

ChangesEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Manuel Valls, candidat à l'Elysée, quitte Matignon". LeMonde. 6 December 2016. Retrieved 7 December 2016.
  2. ^ http://www.elysee.fr/le-gouvernement-valls/
  3. ^ http://www.elysee.fr/le-gouvernement-valls/

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