former Minister of Justice Nicole Belloubet addressed education

Emmanuel Macron would decide to remove Amélie Oudé-Castér from the priority ministry of national education. His replacement could be former justice minister Nicole Belloubet, who was expected Wednesday night, according to three majority sources.

Former Justice Minister Nicole Belloubet is being considered to replace Amélie Oudé-Castér at the Education Ministry, three sources inside the majority told AFP on Wednesday night, as the saga of a government reshuffle continues.

According to these three sources – one inside the executive and the other two important executive members from the majority – the former justice minister in the governments of Edouard Philippe (2017-2020) is well placed to replace Amélie Oudéa-Castéra, mired in a series of controversies since her appointments in the rue de Grenelle a month ago.

Nicole Belloubet, 68, was rector of the academies in Limoges and Toulouse between 1997 and 2005, before resigning in condemnation of job cuts at the time.

This university professor, doctor of public law and former member of the Constitutional Council, comes from socialist ranks, and was also deputy mayor of Toulouse and vice president of the Occitanie region.

Uncertainty has receded over the end of the election of actors for the government, since the appointment of Gabriel Attal Matignon on January 11.

The decision is now expected “to be precise on Thursday”, according to those close to the state. However, without finalizing the list of the planned fifteen delegated ministers and secretaries of state, while Emmanuel Macron has acquired the habit of disrupting his plans until the last moment.

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