Marine Le Pen closes summer days of FN in lambasting a "rotten Republic"

Marine Le Pen closes summer days of FN in lambasting a "rotten Republic"

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Immigration, insecurity, social unrest: Sunday to complete his summer days in Nice, Le Pen Marine stuck to his fundamental to 2,000 enthusiastic activists of the National Front, before which she was raised in the first opponent to Nicolas Sarkozy .

For his first two major interventions in Tours in January, or the parade of Joan of Arc May 1, Marine Le Pen was able to surprise its audience even cool shots of odes to the "freedom" or the " strong state. "

None of this Sunday, where for over an hour, it deployed the range frontist, to the delight of his fans. The first of them, Jean-Marie Le Pen, to look very carefully - cream suit, aviator sunglasses - cheered wildly.

Immigration has long been discussed, Marine Le Pen, black jacket and pants, attempting to "reverse flow" migration and promising waiver of the ground and bias.

"Let those who give lessons of generosity are not shy to open their checkbooks, to share their property and stay in their homes," she joked, as did the morning's lawyer Gilbert Collard , became one of its most prominent supporters.

"This influx, in a very short time, 20 or 30 years, women and men with a large majority a very different culture from ours, makes any comparison irrelevant, if not impossible," she said, while the leading identity Nice, Philippe Vardon, was displayed at the forefront of the room and pointedly praised the leaders of the FN.

Insecure side, if it did not mention the death penalty, which may become a bone of contention with Gilbert Collard, convinced abolitionist, Marine Le Pen was given another ovation by promising the removal of welfare benefits for offenders repeat offenders.

While the UMP had tried to display an image of unity that morning in Nice, in a cons-meeting, the leader of the FN, which is the second round of presidential elections, has registered more opponent Nicolas Sarkozy, before the PS.

"You know, the one that created Jaurès" and "is now run by Harlem Désir," she said, sure of its effect.

"The UMP has long since betrayed the nation, the SP continues to betray the republic," she said, as always accusing both parties of complicity in the submission to "globalism".

Before her speech, she was declared "not particularly surprised" charges Robert Bourgi who claims to have given secret funds to Jacques Chirac and Dominique de Villepin. "But I know that the Republic until the center is rotten," she had started.

Not surprisingly, the president of FN, which builds on the popular classes, has promised to "reindustrialise" France calls for protectionist measures. More surprisingly, she did not speak out of the euro, while strongly criticizing the plan for aid to Greece.

The forefront, took place recently rallied, as the ruler Paul-Marie Couteaux, or Jacques Peyrat, the former mayor of Nice (1995-2008) and ex-FN, sitting next to Jean-Marie Le Pen.

Although not for the moment at least, for a rally, the former head of general information (1992-2004) Yves Bertrand, in an interview with, also said all the good he thought of Marine Le Pen, calling it a "respectable" and "Republican".

The man in the "chiraquie" also found that the right had to conclude agreements with the legislation to avoid triangular FN.

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Marine Le Pen, the leader of France's far-right National Front party
Marine Le Pen, the leader of France's far-right National Front party
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