The bitter public feud between French far-right firebrand Jean-Marie Le Pen and his daughter Marine entered a fourth round on Wednesday, as the elderly provocateur returned to court to try to overturn his ouster from the National Front (FN).
Controversial National Front founder Jean-Marie Le Pen has agreed to step down following a growing feud with his daughter, party leader Marine Le Pen.
PARIS (Reuters) - National Front founder Jean-Marie Le Pen is to keep up his legal fight to stay in the French far-right party despite being excluded for a second time, keeping alive a family feud that has dogged his daughter's camp...
The elder Le Pen was suspended from the National Front party on Monday over his latest incendiary remarks to the press, and the ongoing rift with his daughter and the current party leader Marine Le Pen.
French far-right firebrand Jean-Marie Le Pen asked a court Wednesday to restore his place in the National Front (FN), a year after he was booted out of the party in a feud with his daughter Marine.