The council of ministers announced Wednesday the appointment of Pierre Moscovici to the president of the Court of accounts, bringing to an end a vacancy of six months at the head of this court is in charge of controlling the regularity of public accounts. The appointment of Pierre Moscovici, 62 years, was announced Saturday by the Elysée palace. He succeeded to Didier Migaud, the party in January to preside over the High authority for transparency in public life (HATVP).
"I take this function with emotion, humility, and determination. I think of my father, still stateless at my birth, my mother, hidden by the Righteous during the war, all that they have given me. And I thank the Republic," responded Pierre Moscivici on Twitter.
Mandarin-to-be, Pierre Moscovici was minister delegate for european Affairs of Lionel Jospin between 1997 and 2002, and then minister of Economy and Finance Jean-Marc Ayrault under the previous five year period, between 2012 and 2014, before moving to Brussels as european commissioner for economic Affairs.The editorial team conseillePierre Moscovici takes the head of the Court of comptesCour accounts: Macron takes his time to propose the successor of Migaud99 commentairesMaptitereinele 03/06/2020 18:34
I thought that we had voted for a new world ! The type that was brought to its knees the finances of France appointed President of the Court of Auditors. No, the terminals are very widely exceeded ! How to tell him ?ROSITA 4le 03/06/2020 18:33
Prior to the debacle of the macronie we check quickly to his buddies !..For Sure Macron will remain in the history of France , but will not be a medalist !Dupond the joiele 03/06/2020 18:32
It would make a superb martyr of communism. Who goes?Read the 99 comments