|35th and 36th Government of France|
|Date formed||16 May 2012|
|Date dissolved||9 March 2014|
|People and organisations|
|Head of state||François Hollande|
|Head of government||Jean-Marc Ayrault|
|No. of ministers||20|
|Member parties||Socialist Party
Radical Party of the Left
|Status in legislature||Majority
328 / 577 (57%)
|Predecessor||Third Fillon government|
|Successor||First Valls government|
The Ayrault government was the Government of France as headed by Jean-Marc Ayrault. It was originally formed on 16 May 2012 by the presidential decree of President François Hollande. It was composed of members from the Socialist Party (30), the EELV (2) and the Radical Party of the Left (2). This was the first French government to respect gender equality, with equal male and female posts except the Prime Minister.
|Prime Minister||Ayrault, Jean-MarcJean-Marc Ayrault||PS|
|Minister for the Budget||Economy and Finances||Jérôme Cahuzac (until 19 March 2013) ;
Bernard Cazeneuve (since 19 March 2013)
|Minister for Educational Success||National Education||Pau-Langevin, GeorgeGeorge Pau-Langevin||PS|
|Minister for Parliamentary Relations||Prime Minister||Vidalies, AlainAlain Vidalies||PS|
|Minister for the City||Territorial and Housing Equality||Lamy, FrançoisFrançois Lamy||PS|
|Minister for European Affairs||Foreign Affairs||Repentin, ThierryThierry Repentin||PS|
|Minister for Seniors and Dependents||Social Affairs and Health||Delaunay, MichèleMichèle Delaunay||PS|
|Minister for Social Economy, Solidarity and Consumption||Economy and Finances||Hamon, BenoîtBenoît Hamon||PS|
|Minister for the Family||Social Affairs and Health||Bertinotti, DominiqueDominique Bertinotti||PS|
|Minister for the Disabled and the Fight against Exclusion||Social Affairs and Health||Carlotti, Marie-ArletteMarie-Arlette Carlotti||PS|
|Minister for Development||Foreign Affairs||Canfin, PascalPascal Canfin||EELV|
|Minister for Vocational Training and Apprenticeships||Labour, Employment, Vocational Training and Social Dialogue||Repentin, ThierryThierry Repentin||PS|
|Minister for Francophones||Foreign Affairs||Benguigui, YaminaYamina Benguigui||PS|
|Minister for Transport, the Sea and Fisheries||Ecology, Sustainable Development and Energy||Cuvillier, FrédéricFrédéric Cuvillier||PS|
|Minister for Small and Medium Enterprises, Innovation and Digital Economy||Productive Recovery||Pellerin, FleurFleur Pellerin||PS|
|Minister for Veterans||Defence||Arif, KaderKader Arif||PS|
|Minister for Decentralisation||State Reform, Decentralisation and Public Service||Escoffier, Anne-MarieAnne-Marie Escoffier||PRG|
|Minister for Food||Agriculture, Food and Forestry||Garot, GuillaumeGuillaume Garot||PS|
|Minister for French Expatriates||Foreign Affairs||Conway-Mouret, HélèneHélène Conway-Mouret||PS|
- On 19 March 2013, Jérôme Cahuzac, Minister for the Budget, resigns following the opening of a judicial inquiry. He is replaced by Bernard Cazeneuve.
- On 2 July 2013, François Hollande terminated the duties of Delphine Batho, Minister for Ecology, Sustainable Development and Energy, after she gave an interview contesting the government's budget choices. She is replaced by Philippe Martin.
- "Décret du 16 mai 2012 relatif à la composition du Gouvernement". Legifrance.gouv.fr. Retrieved 6 August 2012.
- "French PM Ayrault resigns after Socialists lose local elections". RT. 31 March 2014. Retrieved 15 November 2014.
Third Fillon government
|Government of France
First Valls government