Unlike her father, Jean-Marie Le Pen, who had focused on the presidency, Marine Le Pen has sought to establish strong local roots and expand the National Front's foothold in local government.
Marin Le Pen's adviser told Sputnik federalization of Ukraine may resolve the country's crisis.
Marine Le Pen's advisor told Sputnik Crimea should have been returned to Russia after the collapse of the USSR.
If countries want to create a real multi-polar world, then they should have their own opinion concerning sanctions, Marine Le Pen's European Affairs Adviser told Sputnik.
The failure of European Union economic policy is the reason of the rise of National Front party in France, Marine Le Pen's adviser told Sputnik.
Front National won over 25% of the nationwide vote in the first round of French local elections yesterday. This is less than the latest opinion polls were predicting, but hardly a defeat for the party led by Marine Le Pen. Our Southern Europe expert Vincenzo Scarpetta explains why. Show More Summary
The mainstream rights emerges the clear winner from local elections while Marine Le Pen underperforms.
France's conservative Union for a Popular Movement dominated local elections Sunday, blunting the rise of Marine Le Pen's far-right National Front.
Former President Nicolas Sarkozy’s conservative UMP party and their allies won the first round of French local elections on Sunday, denying Marine Le Pen’s far-right National Front (FN) first place. The result is an unaccustomed setback for Le Pen, who hoped her resurgent anti-immigrant, anti-euro party would emerge in the first round, boosting her goal […]
This week, Marine Le Pen, the leader of the French far right party the National Front, failed in her bid to punish a comedian who called her a "fascist" in a 2012 magazine column.In fact, it went a bit further than that — a court decided...Show More Summary
The leader of France's right-wing National Front party, Marine Le Pen, called anti-Russia sanctions, imposed by the European Union, "a shameful measure."
French country-wide local elections will occur next week in which president François Hollande risks another disavowal by the people. Marine Le Pen's nationalist National Front party will probably win the most votes as it did in European Parliament elections last year. Show More Summary
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The Front National will attain unprecedented support in the French departmental elections less than a month from today. Although the party, led by Marine Le Pen, received 17.9% and 24.86% of votes in recent presidential and European elections respectively, it has not yet replicated such results in local elections. In one survey the Front National more...
Leader of French National Front wants France to escape US influence and join forces with Russia to combat Islamic fundamentalism.
Marine Le Pen, the leader of the French party Front National refused to "have a drink or two" or to discuss France's political matters with Madonna, the American pop singer.
Look at them from a distance and you might wonder if they might be related. Yet Madonna, the American singer, shares no bond with Marine Le Pen, the scion of a French political dynasty and the leader of the French National Front. Now,...Show More Summary
Marine Le Pen is confident that Russia will conduct a fair investigation into the death of Boris Nemtsov. She expects that justice will ultimately prevail and killers will be arrested.
Marine Le Pen, the leader of France's anti-immigrant National Front, is a politician on the rise. According to a recent survey, the far-right Le Pen would come out on top if polls for France's 2017 presidential election were held today.Read full article >>
Marine Le Pen, the leader of France's anti-immigrant National Front, is a politician on the rise. According to a recent survey, the far-right Le Pen would come out on top if polls for France's 2017 presidential election were held today. Her popularity is a mark both of increasing French frustration with the political status quo as […]