FRANCE’S INTERIOR MINISTER, BERNARD CARVENUE NAMED PRIME MINISTER; REPLACES MANUEL VALLS

Bernard Carzeneuve, France’s Interior Minister has been elected Prime Minister following Manuel Valls resignation to pursue the Presidency; the Elysee Palace announced his appointment on Tuesday.

Bernard Carzeneuve, France’s Interior Minister

Bernard Carzeneuve, France’s Interior Minister

Prime Minister of France, Manuel Valls of the Socialist Party, announced his notice to quit on Monday four days after President Hollande made clear he would not seek re-election.

Carzeneuve, France’s interior Minister served as Head of the nation’s security forces in the fight against recent terrorist attacks including the Paris attack of last year, and Nice that had about 250 dead ;which the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) claimed responsibility.

53-yearold Bernard Carzeneuve would occupy the Ministerial position until the next election in May.

Bruno Le Roux, President of the Socialist group, will succeed Carzeneuve as interior Minister.

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