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Marine Le Pen News

Op-Ed: Sarkozy 2.0. — Nicolas Sarkozy is back for revenge

Paris - It was a secret for no one that former French President Nicolas Sarkozy was planning to return to politics this September. Nicolas Sarkozy made it official today via his Facebook page.

Op-Ed: Local elections in France: The rise and rise of Marine Le Pen

Paris - This Sunday was Election Day in France. Extremist Front National candidates reached tonight some exceptional scores with between 30 and 45% of the votes in cities such as Béziers, Avignon, Perpignan, Forbach, Fréjus.

Op-Ed: France — Judgment day is nigh! Or is it?

London - Yesterday, President Hollande was booed during a WWI tribute at the Arc de Triomphe, and 70 people with links to extremist groups were arrested by the police. The dark side of the French Society is not hiding any longer. The Pandora box is now wide open.

Op-Ed: France Election — Nicolas 2007, Francois 2012, Marine 2017?

The French Republic woke up this morning with quite a hangover, after the surprising result National Front candidate Marine Le Pen achieved in the first round of France’s 2012 Presidential Election.

One in five vote for France's far-right Marine Le Pen

Marine Le Pen, leader of France's far-right Front National party, secured 19 percent of the vote in the first round of the French presidential elections, surpassing her father's shock result in 2002.

Francois Hollande beats Nicolas Sarkozy in first round

Paris - The Telegraph is reporting that French president Nicolas Sarkozy and his Socialist opponent, Francois Hollande, have qualified for the second round of the French Presidential election.

Muslim worshippers move indoors in Paris, 200 defy ban

Around 200 Muslims defied the new ban on street prayers introduced yesterday in Paris, France, but more than 2,000 took their prayer mats to the disused barracks provided for prayer, leading Marine Le Pen to claim the government had given into blackmail.

Op-Ed: Far-right National Front leads 2012 French presidential race

France is reeling tonight from the news that Marine le Pen, the 2012 presidential candidate for the National Front, tops a poll on first-round voting intentions. The result has thrown both Nicolas Sarkozy and the Socialist Party into total disarray.
 

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Geert Wilders (R)  leader of the Netherlands  Party for Freedom (PVV)  and far-right leader Marine L...
Geert Wilders (R), leader of the Netherlands' Party for Freedom (PVV), and far-right leader Marine Le Pen (2nd R) of France address a news conference in The Hague. The two anti-euro, anti-immigration politicians have talked of joining forces for months to win a wider pan-European stage
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Netherland s anti-Islamic party leader Geert Wilders (R) shows The House of Representatives to far-r...
Netherland's anti-Islamic party leader Geert Wilders (R) shows The House of Representatives to far-right leader Marine Le Pen of France in The Hague, Netherlands. The two anti-euro, anti-immigration politicians have talked of joining forces for months to win a wider pan-European stage
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