French President Emmanuel Macron moments ago appointed Labor Minister Elizabeth Borne as the new Prime Minister for France.
Borne joined Macron’s party in 2017, became the Transport Minister in that same year, took over as Environment Minister two years later, and in 2020 became the Labor Minister where she remained until her new appointment.
Under Borne’s leadership at Labor, unemployment fell to its lowest in 15 years and youth unemployment fell to its lowest level in 40 years.
The new Prime Minister during her speech paid tribute to Edith Cresson, the only other woman to hold the position of French Prime Minister.
Borne went on to challenge all girls to dream as high as they wish because nothing is impossible.
DNT News from Correspondence Reports