The French newspaper, La Debiche, said that "the names of many political figures are currently being circulated to take over the task of forming the new government, but Azoulay, who was Minister of Culture between 2016 and 2017 under former President Francois Hollande, "is gaining momentum and is the most likely to take over the task." ".
The French press also revealed that "the former Minister of Health under President Francois Hollande, Marisol Touraine, is the only competitor for" Audrey Azoulay, and they are united by the support of the French left for them.
The French president had confirmed that he had already decided on the identity of the person who will head the government, and the day before yesterday, he thanked the current Prime Minister, John Castix, during a participation in the last meeting of ministers of the current government, waiting for him to formally submit his resignation to the President of the Republic to allow the latter to choose his successor and start His task is to select the members of the new government.
Audrey Azoulay, born in Paris in 1972 to Moroccan Jewish parents, was previously a judge in the Court of Accounts in 2006, and in 2014 she joined the team of President Hollande as an advisor in charge of culture and communication, and was appointed Minister of Culture in 2016 under the Manuel government and in 2017 she was elected Director-General of UNESCO Confidence was renewed in 2021.
And if Audrey Azoulay, daughter of André Azoulay, advisor to Moroccan King Mohammed VI, is appointed head of government, she will be the first woman to hold this position after Edith Cresson, who was first minister between 1991 and 1992 under Socialist President Francois Mitterrand.
“Audrey” was born on August 4, 1972 in Paris, and was raised in a Moroccan Jewish family, originally from Essaouira. Her father, Andre Azoulay, was a banker and now a businessman and advisor to two Moroccan kings, and her mother’s name is Katia Brami.