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The Rise Of The French National Front
Front to give them power. If it breaks through in Europe, Merkel fears (rightly) Germany is next. If the first scenario happened, this is very bad news for the National Front, as it means that their apparent strength is an illusion, at least to some but very significant extent. The National Front won.73 percent of the first-round vote nationwide, according to final official figures. Additional reporting by Matthias Blamont; Writing by Andrew Callus; Editing by Janet Lawrence and Toby Chopra. The National Front was seen as the anti-establishment party that would benefit from the mood after the attacks. We are fighting for an economic protectionism that is involved in certain amount of countries, yours also that the European Union forbids us to implement Le Pen told Smith last year.
Jealousy in the Sun Also Rises,
This, coupled with the now endemic economic problem in Europe, has raised the question of whether the two establishment parties had been delegitimized. Which means, if this phenomenon goes further, that failure means if one goes down, so do both. Dissecting elections is fun, but only rarely useful. We are standing fast. "They don't have enough votes to stop legislation going through but what they will get, particularly on the far-right, is the time for speaking in debates, the chairmanship of certain committees, which means that they're going to have much more of a platform on which. Hollande's Socialist Party finished third in the elections, with the center-right Union for a Popular Movement in second place. Topics: europe, far right, national front, european parliamentary elections, ukip, greece, marine le pen, politics, france, conservative, front national). Marion Marechal-Le Pen, French National Front violence Does It Have an Effect political party member and candidate for National Front in the Provence-Alpes-Cote d'Azur (paca) region is surrounded by media after the announcement of the results during the first round of the regional elections, December 6, 2015. Le Pen won.64 percent of the vote in the Nord-Pas-de Calais region she contested and her niece Marion Marechal-Le Pen scored.55 percent in Provence-Alpes-Cote DAzur in the south. Turnout went from about 50 percent in the first round to about 59 percent in the second. In country after country, what had been an issue of marginal parties, has become an establishment issue.