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Minister of the Armed Forces (France)

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Minister of the Armed Forces
Ministre des armées
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Naval jack of the Minister of the Armed Forces
Incumbent
Florence Parly

since 21 June 2017[1]
France Ministry of the Armed Forces
Member ofGovernment
Council of Ministers
Reports toPresident of the Republic
Prime Minister
SeatHôtel de Brienne
Paris 7e, France
NominatorPrime Minister
AppointerPresident of the Republic
Term lengthNo fixed term
Precursor
Formation31 October 1947; 72 years ago (1947-10-31)[2]
First holderPierre-Henri Teitgen
DeputyChief of the Defence Staff
Salary10,135€ per month
Websitewww.defense.gouv.fr
This article is part of a series on the
Politics of France
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Hôtel de Brienne, current seat until 2014.
Hôtel de Brienne, current seat until 2014.

The Minister of the Armed Forces (French: Ministre des armées, lit. 'Minister of the Armies') is the official in charge of the Ministry of the Armed Forces in the Government of the French Republic, charged with running the French Armed Forces.

The minister in charge of the Armed Forces has evolved within the epoque and regimes. The Secretary of State of War was one of the four specialised secretaries of state established in France in 1589. This State Secretary was responsible for the French Army (similarly, the Naval Ministers of France and the Colonies was created in 1669). In 1791, the Secretary of State of War became Minister of War, with this ministerial function being abolished in 1794 and re-established in 1795. Since 1930, the position was often referred to as Minister of War and National Defence. In 1947, two years after World War II, the ministry merged with the Ministry of the Navy and the Ministry of Air (created in 1930), while being headed by a Minister of National Defence responsible for the French Armed Forces, often referred to as Minister of the Armies and since 1947 until 2017, designated as Minister of Defence.

Based on the governments, they may be assisted by a state secretary for veterans' affairs.

The position is currently held by Florence Parly.

French Fourth Republic

Ministre of Armed Forces :

Minister of National Defence :

Ministre of the Armed Forces :

Minister of War :

Minister of the Navy :

Minister of the Air Force :

  • 22 January 1947 - 22 October 1947 : André Maroselli [fr]

Minister of National Defence :

Minister of Natinonal Defence and the Armed Forces :

  • 8 January 1953 - 19 June 1954 : René Pleven
  • 19 June 1954 - 14 August 1954 : Marie-Pierre Kœnig
  • 14 August 1954 - 20 January 1955 Emmanuel Temple [fr] – By interim until 3 September 1954

Minister of National Defence :

Ministre of the Armed Forces :

Minister of National Defence and the Armed Forces:

Minister of National Defence:

Minister of National Defence and the Armed Forces:

Minister of the Armed Forces :

Minister of National Defence :

Minister of the Armed Forces :

French Fifth Republic

Minister of the Armed Forces Tenure start Tenure end
Pierre Guillaumat 8 January 1959 5 February 1960
Pierre Messmer 5 February 1960 22 June 1969
Minister of National Defence Tenure start Tenure end
Michel Debré 22 June 1969 4 April 1973
Minister of the Armed Forces Tenure start Tenure end
Robert Galley 4 April 1973 28 May 1974
Minister of Defence Tenure start Tenure end
Jacques Soufflet [fr] 28 May 1974 1 February 1975
Yvon Bourges 1 February 1975 2 October 1980
Joël Le Theule 2 October 1980 14 December 1980
Robert Galley 22 December 1980 22 May 1981
Charles Hernu 22 May 1981 20 September 1985
Paul Quilès 20 September 1985 20 March 1986
André Giraud [fr] 20 March 1986 12 May 1988
Jean-Pierre Chevènement 12 May 1988 29 January 1991
Pierre Joxe 29 January 1991 9 March 1993
Pierre Bérégovoy 9 March 1993 29 March 1993
François Léotard 29 March 1993 18 May 1995
Charles Millon 18 May 1995 4 June 1997
Alain Richard 4 June 1997 7 May 2002
Michèle Alliot-Marie 7 May 2002 15 May 2007
Hervé Morin 18 May 2007 14 November 2010
Minister of Defence and Veterans Affairs Tenure start Tenure end
Alain Juppé 14 November 2010 27 February 2011
Gérard Longuet 27 February 2011 16 May 2012
Jean-Yves Le Drian 16 May 2012 17 May 2017
Minister of the Armed Forces[3] Tenure start Tenure end
Sylvie Goulard 17 May 2017 19 June 2017
Florence Parly 21 June 2017 present

See also

References

  1. ^ Government of the French Republic (17 May 2017). "Décret du 17 mai 2017 relatif à la composition du Gouvernement". Retrieved 17 July 2019.
  2. ^ Government of the French Republic (31 October 1947). "Décret n°47-2110 relatif aux attributions du ministre des forces armées". gallica.bnf.fr. Retrieved 17 July 2019.
  3. ^ From 1947 until 2017, the Ministry was designated as Ministry of Defence (French: Ministère de la Défense), the current Ministry is designated as Ministry of the Armed Forces (French: Ministère des Armées).

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