"The time of patriotic movements being divided is over," said Ms Le Pen, calling it "an historic day"... The PVV and FN currently sit among independent MEPs in the European Parliament. They are not in UKIP's group. To form a new officially recognised bloc they would need a minimum of 25 MEPs from at least seven EU member states. Show More Summary
Marine Le Pen and Geert Wilders, two of Europe’s best-known nationalist leaders, vowed today at a news conference to work together ahead of the European elections next year to free Europeans from what Wilders described as “the monster...Show More Summary
It's a very edifying story. For months, if not years, people in France and abroad have been trying to prove that Marine Le Pen has not changed as much as she would have us believe. Her platform and her positions have been decoded. Her...Show More Summary
Since its founding in 1972, France's National Front, and the Le Pen dynasty that runs it, has always been vehemently xenophobic. Now, party head Marine Le Pen seems to think that French citizens who return to the country not lookingShow More Summary
If France's journalists are to follow the advice of the National Front and give up the disagreeable habit of describing the party and its leader, Marine Le Pen, as belonging to the "extreme right" (imagine!), it would be helpful if: •...Show More Summary
By Marc Chandler: Understandably overshadowed by the political melodrama in the US, a second round of a local election in France (Brignoles) resulted in a victory by Le Pen's National Front. The Socialist candidate had been summarily defeated in the first found and the Le Pen candidate thumped the UMP candidate 54%-46%. Show More Summary
Two recent events regarding Marine Le Pen and her eurosceptic party have the nannycrats in Brussels worried. The first occurred in early October when Marine Le Pen's Eurosceptic "National Front" Party Took Lead in France National Poll. Yesterday,...Show More Summary
This morning's key headlines from GenerationalDynamics.com Libya's prime minister is kidnapped in broad daylight, then freed Red Cross warns of bubonic plague epidemic in Madagascar France's anti-Muslim anti-immigrant Marine Le Pen surges...Show More Summary
Reuters reports:France's far-right National Front could top European Parliament elections next May, pulling ahead of the two big mainstream parties for the first time in a nationwide vote, a poll showed on Wednesday. Some 24 percentShow More Summary
Given the extreme economic mess socialist president Francois Hollande has made in France, it should not be too shocking to discover a surge in the popularity of the National Front, a far-right, eurosceptic political party led by Marine...Show More Summary
French far-right leader Marine Le Pen was stripped of her European Parliament immunity and may now face charges for criticizing Muslims in France. Le Pen is accused of incitement of racial hatred and discrimination. In 2010 Le Pen spoke out … Continue reading ?
The European Parliament has removed immunity from one of its members and leader of the nationalist French National Front, Marine Le Pen. The decision means that Le Pen is likely to face charges in France for incitement to hatred andShow More Summary
Marine Le Pen loses legal immunity as EU Parliament deputy, exposing her to possible prosecution over racism charge.
One of the perks of being an MEP is that you have immunity from prosecution – immunity that can be lifted only by a plenary vote. In what circumstances should it be lifted? In theory, the test is whether there is evidence of political targeting. If MEPs are being pursued as a result of expressing [...]
In December 2010, Marine Le Pen, then a presidential candidate for France’s hard-right Front National said this: "For those who want to talk a lot about World War II, if it's about occupation, then we could also talk about (Muslim prayers in the streets)," she said. Show More Summary
Marine Le Pen, he leader of the xenophobic French National Front party, is facing racism charges after she compared Muslims praying on the streets to Nazi occupation. Le Pen had enjoyed protection from prosecution because she is a Member of the European Parliament. Show More Summary
EU Parliament committee votes to remove immunity from far-right leader Marine Le Pen over remarks made against Muslims.
French far-right leader Marine Le Pen could face charges over remarks comparing Muslims praying in the streets to the wartime Nazi occupation, after European lawmakers voted to strip her of parliamentary immunity.The French justice ministry...Show More Summary