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Interview. Marine Le Pen buoyed by ‘growing discontent’ in France ahead of European parliamentary election

Abstract : First lines: The far-right leader appears to be making a comeback ahead of the European parliamentary elections, buoyed by mounting frustration with French President Emmanuel Macron. Following her crushing defeat to Macron in the 2017 presidential election, Le Pen was left weakened by a string of political and legal troubles. Her National Rally (formerly the National Front) party was thrown into disarray after a number of public betrayals, including the defection of her vice-president Florian Philippot.
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Nonna Mayer. Interview. Marine Le Pen buoyed by ‘growing discontent’ in France ahead of European parliamentary election. 2018. ⟨hal-03457868⟩

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