President Emmanuel Macron made a rare televised address.
"The government has come down to the right track." Root of the problems, "Macron said during the 12-minute speech from the Elysee Palace.
The long-awaited reshuffle – and the special television address – is resigned
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"My fellow citizens, I know there 's impatience," he added.
Castaner, 52, heading Macron's party, Republic on the Move and junior minister in charge of parliamentary relations.
In a letter handover ceremony at the Interior Ministry, Castan's security issues remain the government's priority.
Macron's office said the changes were meant to accompany a new wave of long-anticipated reforms.
The 40-year-old French leader last year on a platform to r eform the French economy, has pledged to make changes to benefits and streamline the pension system by next summer.
Four other government members were replaced Tuesday, including the culture and agriculture ministers.
Macron thus appointed new junior minister focusing mainly on economic matters and fighting poverty.
The new jobs mean the size of the government expands to 34 members, split equally between men and women, from 29 before – excluding Prime Minister Edouard Philippe.
Often perceived as a "president of the rich" for pushing the taxes on the wealthy and pushing pro-business policies that favor investors
Macron is a new job of junior.
Macron is now an arrogant and aloof economist Minister at the Solidarity and Health Ministry wants to focus on the fight against poverty. The Finance Ministry is strengthened with junior ministers focusing on industry policy and the digital economy.
The chief of France's domestic intelligence service, Laurent Nunez, which is named as a junior interior minister.
Macron's new government Jean-Luc Melenchon, Jean-Luc Melenchon, who angrily denounced Macron and his new interior minister after police raids on his movement's headquarter and his home on Tuesday as part of Investigation into suspected and suspected misuse of European Union funds.
As his supporters yelled "Resistance!" Melenchon told reporters that Macron and Castaner should have been killed too.
Melenchon lost to Macron in the first round of presidential election in 2017. In an impromptu news conference, he said the finance was politically motivated and designed to Scare him and his movement.
Philippe, speaking at France's lower house of parliament, emphasizes that the independence of the Judiciary is guaranteed by the French Constitution.
"There's no individual instruction given to the prosecutor" in charge of the investigations related to Melenchon's party, he said.
Associated Press writers Thomas Adamson and John Leicester contributed to the story.