After the WHO, Agnès Buzyn appointed to the Court of Auditors for five years

On the proposal of Elisabeth Borne, the former Minister of Health will become “master adviser in extraordinary service” from September 1.

From one prestigious position to another. Since her hasty departure from the government in February 2020, to run for mayor of Paris despite the appearance of Covid-19, Agnès Buzyn has been making nominations. Propelled academic director of the WHO at the start of 2021, the former Minister of Health is preparing to wear new clothes from the start of the next school year.

«On the proposal of the Prime Minister” Élisabeth Borne, approved by the Council of Ministers this Friday, the former professor of hematology will become, from September 1, “master adviser in extraordinary service at the Court of Auditors“. A function of “control“, according to the site of the institution, which is exercised “for five years without the possibility of renewal».

On January 1, the former Minister of Health was also among the annual promotion of the Legion of Honor, of which she was elevated to the rank of knight. To date, the person concerned remains indicted by the Court of Justice of the Republic for “endangering the lives of others” in the context of an investigation into the management of the health crisis.


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