French Prime Minister Philip resigns
Xinhua News Agency, Paris, July 3 (Reporter Tang Ji) The French Presidential Palace issued a communiqué on the 3rd that French Prime Minister Philippe submitted a government resignation to President Macron that day and was approved.
The French Presidential Palace issued a communiqué on July 3 that French Prime Minister Philippe submitted his resignation to President Macron that day and has been approved. This is February 29, after Philip attended the cabinet meeting and left the Elysee Palace, the presidential palace in Paris, France. Xinhua News Agency (photograph by Aurelian Morisal)
The communique said that Philip submitted his resignation to Macron that day. He and all members of the government will work until the new government is formed. Macron has Approve resignation. The new government will be committed to implementing the”social, economic, environmental and local reconstruction plan” proposed by Macron in his televised speech on June 14.
According to BFMTV, the French information television station, the French Presidential Palace stated that Macron thanked Philip for his work in major national reforms over the past three years.
In the second round of voting for the French municipal elections held recently, Philip won the mayoral election in the northern coastal city of Le Havre. French media reported that Philip would return to Le Havre after resigning.
Philipp was born in Rouen, France in 1970 and graduated from the Paris School of Political Science and the French National School of Administration. He was the director of the public affairs department of Areva Group, the deputy mayor and mayor of Le Havre, and a member of the National Assembly. Since May 2017, he has served as French Prime Minister.