Rachida Dati's office is taking shape

Rachida Dati’s cabinet currently includes twelve members. Several of them already have cabinet experience, starting with chief of staff Gaëtan Bruel, who had worked with the Minister of Defense then with that of Foreign Affairs before joining Gabriel Attal in Education. Georges Salaün has already served as chief of staff in 2023 to the Minister of Gender Equality Bérangère Couillard. Emmanuelle Dauvergne is the only representative of the former Dati cabinet, in 2007 when she was Minister of Justice.

No advisor to Rima Abdul Malak has been taken on and three appointments are still awaited.

Chief of Staff
Gaëtan Bruel (since January 12, 2024)

Deputy cabinet director in charge of territories
Thomas Odinot (since January 22, 2024)

Deputy cabinet director in charge of media
Romain Pagès (since January 24, 2024)

Chief of staff, overseas advisor
Georges Salaün (since January 12, 2024)

Communications and press advisor
Benjamin Rosmini (since January 16, 2024)

Ecological transition advisor
Maxime Triquenaux (since January 16, 2024)

Advisor to performing arts, visual arts, design, fashion, crafts
Emma Buttin (since January 22, 2024)

European and international affairs advisor, cultural expertise, books, reading, languages, translation, French-speaking
Hubert Tardy-Joubert (since January 22, 2024)

Advisor to the Minister
Emmanuelle Dauvergne (since January 30, 2024)

Budget, tax, investment and sponsorship advisor
Naïma Ramalingom (since January 31, 2024)

Heritage advisor, museums, archives, architecture
Edward de Lumley (since February 2, 2024)

Parliamentary advisor
Cyrielle Convers (since February 5, 2024)

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