The New Cabinet
It's a bit tedious to list names, but for the record here is the new (and presumably final) council of ministers in François Fillon's second government.
Jean-Louis Borloo - Minister of State, Minister of Ecology, Sustainable Development, Transportation, Energy; he replaces Alain Juppé
Michèle Alliot-Marie, Bernard Kouchner, Brice Hortefeux, Rachida Dati, Xavier Darcos, Valérie Pécresse, and Christine Albanel all remain at their original posts as ministers of the Interior, Foreign Affairs, Immigration, Justice, Education, Higher Education and Culture respectively. They have all been discussed in separate posts at Galliawatch.
Christine Lagarde - Minister of the Economy, Finances and Employment
Michel Barnier - Minister of Agriculture and Fishing
Xavier Bertrand - Minister of Labor, Social Relations and Solidarity
Hervé Morin - Minister of Defense
Roselyne Bachelot-Narquin - Minister of Health, Youth and Sports
Christine Boutin - Minister of Housing and Urban Affairs
Eric Woerth - Minister of the Budget, Public Accounts and Public Service
Seventeen secretaries of State (assistant ministers). I'm listing their names and the minister to whom each is attached:
Roger Karoutchi - Prime Minister Fillon
Jean-Pierre Jouyet - Bernard Kouchner: Foreign Affairs
Laurent Wauquiez - Prime Minister Fillon; Wauquiez is spokesman for the government
Eric Besson - Prime Minister Fillon
Valérie Létard - Xavier Bertrand: Labor, Social Relations and Solidarity
Dominique Bussereau - Jean-Louis Borloo: Minister of State
Nathalie Kosciusko-Morizet - Jean-Louis Borloo: Minister of State
Christian Estrosi - Michèle Alliot-Marie: Interior
André Santini - Eric Woerth: Budget, Public Accounts, Public Service
Jean-Marie Bockel - Bernard Kouchner: Foreign Affairs
Hervé Novelli - Christine Lagarde: Economy, Finances, Employment
Fadela Amara - Christine Boutin: Housing, Urban Affairs
Alain Marleix - Hervé Morin: Defense
Rama Yade - Bernard Kouchner: Foreign Affairs
Luc Chatel - Christine Lagarde: Economy, Finances, Employment
Martin Hirsch - Prime Minister Fillon
Bernard Laporte - Roselyne Bachelot-Narquin: Health, Youth and Sports
More details in posts to come.
The information and photo are from the website of the Prime Minister.