Pierre Moscovici will be the successor to Didier Migaud, the party in January to preside over the High authority for transparency in public life.
The former socialist minister and ex-european commissioner Pierre Moscovici will be named Wednesday, the first president of the Court of auditors, said on Saturday the Elysee, confirming information of the Journal du Dimanche.
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Pierre Moscovici will be the successor to Didier Migaud, the party in January to preside over the High authority for transparency in public life (HATVP). The former minister of François Hollande, for its part, left in the fall of last his post of european commissioner for economic Affairs, a function in which it tançait already regularly to the French government for its insufficient efforts to reduce public deficits.Your support is essential. Subscribe for $ 1 support Us
Didier Migaud was the head of the Court of auditors in 2010 after the death of Philippe Séguin, on appointment of Nicolas Sarkozy. This high court financial publishes each year a report of evaluation of public policies, without having a binding for the executive.
Member of the european parliament from 1994 to 1997 and from 2004 to 2007, Pierre Moscovici was minister in charge of european Affairs from 1997 to 2002 under Lionel Jospin as Prime minister. He was elected deputy of the Doubs in 1997, 2007 and 2012.
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This year, he is leading the campaign of the candidate François Hollande, who, in fact, the minister of Economy and Finance of the government of Jean-Marc Ayrault until march 2014. From November 2014, he became european commissioner for economic and financial Affairs, Taxation and customs Union of the Commission Juncker.