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Macron governs Paris but Le Pen rules France

15 January 2024

6:55 PM

15 January 2024

6:55 PM

There has never been a more Parisian government than the one selected by Emmanuel Macron last week. Ten of its 15 ministers come from the capital, despite the fact that the Greater Paris region represents 18 per cent of the population.

New prime minister, Gabriel Attal, is a Parisian, the MP for a district in the south of the city.

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