Francois Hollande appointed a new Prime Minister of France


Francois Hollande has appointed a new Prime Minister of France, Bernard Cazeneuve, before heading the Ministry of internal Affairs of the country, reports BFMTV with reference to the official statement of the Elysee Palace.

“Manuel Valls submitted the resignation of the government the President of the Republic, which this resignation has been accepted. The President appointed gasolina Bernal Kazneva Prime Minister and asked him to form a new government,” BFMTV quoted a statement from the Elysee Palace.

That the Penalty appointed as the new Prime Minister, Hollande also said on their pages in social networks.

“I appoint Bernard Kazneva the Prime Minister and I instruct him to form a new government,” Hollande wrote on his Twitter page.

According to article 8 of the French Constitution, the Prime Minister resigns along with the entire Cabinet of the government.

Manuel Valls, Prime Minister, on the eve, 5 December, announced the resignation of his intentions to run for President of France in the spring of 2017.

Bernard Cazeneuve previously served in government as Minister for European Affairs (2012 — 2013), Finance Minister (2013-2014). 2014 — the Minister of internal Affairs of the Republic.

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