Bruno Le Roux
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|Bruno Le Roux|
|Minister of the Interior|
6 December 2016 – 21 March 2017
|Prime Minister||Bernard Cazeneuve|
|Preceded by||Bernard Cazeneuve|
|Succeeded by||Matthias Fekl|
|Leader of the Socialist Group in the National Assembly|
21 June 2012 – 6 December 2016
|Preceded by||Jean-Marc Ayrault|
|Succeeded by||Seybah Dagoma (Acting)|
2 May 1965 |
|Political party||Socialist Party|
|Alma mater||Paris West University Nanterre La Défense|
Bruno Le Roux (French pronunciation: [bʁyno ləˈʁu]; born May 2, 1965) was the Minister of the Interior of France from 6 December 2016 to 21 March 2017. He was a member of the National Assembly of France where he represented the Seine-Saint-Denis department and was the leader of the Socialist, Ecologist & Republican Group. He has led the Socialist Party in the National Assembly from 2012 until 2016. On December 6, 2016, he was named Minister of the Interior in the Government of Bernard Cazeneuve.
On 21 March 2017, Le Roux was forced to resign from the government when it was revealed that he employed his two daughters, aged just 15 and 16, as parliamentary assistants – using public funds – while he served as a deputy in the National Assembly. He was succeeded by Matthias Fekl, the Minister of State for Foreign Trade.
- "LISTE DÉFINITIVE DES DÉPUTÉS ÉLUS À L'ISSUE DES DEUX TOURS" (in French). National Assembly of France. Retrieved 2010-07-04.
- Laurence Norman (May 30, 2015), Russia Produces Blacklist of EU People Banned From Entering Country Wall Street Journal.
- European Union anger at Russian travel blacklist BBC News, May 31, 2015.
- Arthur Berdah (21 March 2017). "Contraint à la démission, Le Roux remplacé par Fekl au ministère de l'Intérieur". Le FIgaro. Retrieved 21 March 2017.
|Party political offices|
|Leader of the Socialist Group in the National Assembly
|Minister of the Interior
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