Ministry of Public Action and Accounts

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The Ministry of Budget, Public Accounts and Civil Administration of France is a ministry that was created by French President Nicolas Sarkozy in 2007, when he split the Ministry of Finance and Economy into the Ministry of Budget, Public Accounts, and Civil Administration and the Ministry of the Economy, Industry and Employment. The ministry was entrusted to Eric Woerth.

Eric Woerth was entrusted with several missions and reforms to be led. The main reforms were to modify the statute of civil servants, to reduce the number of civil servants, to merge the taxation direction and the public comptability services, to lead a general review of public policies, to reduce the budget deficit, to elaborate a new legislation on online bets.

External links

  • Official website
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