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France's Marine Le Pen to run for parliament with party in disarray


Marine Le Pen de la France pour se présenter au parlement avec un parti en désordre,Marine Le Pen,France's Marine Le Pen to run for parliament with party in disarray

Emerging from her crushing defeat in France's presidential contest, far-right leader Marine Le Pen said Thursday she will run for a parliamentary seat in June elections and that her National Front party has "an essential role" in a new political landscape.

Le Pen will run for a seat in a district in her northern stronghold of Henin-Beaumont, a hardscrabble former mining region where she lost a similar bid in 2012. A new failure could jinx her bid to unite the National Front and to make it France's leading opposition party.

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Outgoing President Hollande urges people to vote Macron


Outgoing President Hollande urges people to vote Macron

France’s outgoing president, Francois Hollande, on Monday urged people to back centrist Emmanuel Macron in a vote to choose his successor next month and reject far-right leader Marine Le Pen, whose place in the runoff represented a “risk” for France. Macron and Le Pen, leader of the National Front, go head-to-head on May 7 after taking the top two places in Sunday’s first round.

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Google Maps puts Marine Le Pen in the Elysee Palace


Google Maps met Marine Le Pen dans le Palais de l'Elysée,Google Maps puts Marine Le Pen in the Elysee Palace

The French presidential elections are soon to begin, with candidates debating with each other on television and travelling around the country to court voters.

But a Google Maps search for the campaign base of far-right leader Marine Le Pen brought an odd result.

Instead of directing users to the Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, Google maps has been showing that Mrs Le Pen is based in the Elysee Palace – the official residence of the French President.

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France's Le Pen says the EU 'will die', globalists to be defeated


Le Pen de France dit que l'UE "va mourir", les globalistes à être vaincu,France's Le Pen says the EU 'will die', globalists to be defeated

The European Union will disappear, French presidential candidate Marine Le Pen told a rally on Sunday, promising to shield France from globalisation as she sought to fire up her supporters in the final four weeks before voting gets underway.

Buoyed by the unexpected election of Donald Trump in the United States and by Britain's vote to leave the EU, the leader of the eurosceptic and anti-immigrant National Front (FN) party, told the rally in Lille that the French election would be the next step in what she called a global rebellion of the people.

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Marine Le Pen remains leader of 1st round of French election despite losing 0.5%


Marine Le Pen reste leader du 1er tour de l'élection française malgré une perte de 0,5%,Marine Le Pen remains leader of 1st round of French election despite losing 0.5%

According to the survey carried out by Ifop for the Sud Radio and Paris Match magazine, independent candidate Emmanuel Macron also lost 0.5 percentage point and is projected to come in second with 24 percent of votes. The Republicans party's Francois Fillon has on the contrary improved his result by 0.5 percent and now has 20.5 percent.

Le Pen is projected to lose to Macron in the second round, with 28 percent to 62 percent.

The poll was conducted between February 24 and 28 among 1,398 registered voters.

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If Le Pen wins, it’s ‘game over’ for EU


If Le Pen wins, it’s ‘game over’ for EU,Si Le Pen gagne, c'est un "match over" pour l'UE,

Former Italian Prime Minister Enrico Letta told an audience in Malta on Monday (27 February) that if the leader of the Front National wins the French elections, it would be “game over” for the EU. But there is a silver lining.

“You can have the end of Europe. I think the European Union can’t survive with Marine le Pen in the European Council representing France. It will be game over,” Letta said.

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French court fines father of extremist politician Le Pen for remarks against Roma


French court fines father of extremist politician Le Pen for remarks against Roma,La justice française condamne le père du politicien extrémiste Le Pen po,ur des remarques contre les Roms

A court in France has upheld an earlier guilty verdict against the father of the country’s far-right presidential candidate for his racist remarks against the Roma minority in 2013.

An appeals court in the southern city of Aix-en-Provence reaffirmed on Monday the sentence against the 88-year-old founder of the ultra-right National Front (FN) party, Jean-Marie Le Pen, finding him guilty of inciting hatred against the Roma community by describing them as “irritating" and “smelly” at a press conference in Nice in 2013.

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French in center-right primary to pick presidential candidate to face Le Pen


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Conservative presidential hopefuls in France face the judgment of voters in a primary race on Sunday and the victor looks likely to win the presidency in next spring's election against a resurgent far-right.

With the French left in disarray under the deeply unpopular President Francois Hollande, opinion polls suggest that the center-right presidential nominee will meet and defeat the National Front's eurosceptic, anti-immigration leader Marine Le Pen in a runoff for the Elysee palace next year.

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Trumpism, the French way


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A few days ago, as the United States and the rest of world were still trying to grasp the full meaning of Donald Trump’s victory, one French politician rushed to the media, glowing with self-confidence: Marine Le Pen, the leader of France’s far-right movement, wanted the world to know she was actually the real winner of the Oval Office.

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Le Pen vows to ban kippas, all ‘religious symbols,’ in public if elected


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The leader of the far-Right French party National Front, Marine Le Pen, vowed to ban “all religious symbols” including kippas, headscarves, veils, burqas and burkinis from public spaces if she is elected president, explaining the move as a “sacrifice” to combat Islamic extremism.

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