Marine Le Pen is a candidate in the legislative elections in the Pas-de-Calais
Marine Le Pen, president of the national Front, confirmed on Thursday 18 may on TF1 that she would be a candidate in legislative elections in the constituency of Hénin-Beaumont, in the Pas-de-Calais, mairie FN held by Steeve Briois, where she has made 58.2% of the vote in the second round of the presidential election.
” I couldn’t have imagined not to be at the head of my troops in a battle that I would consider as basic “, said Ms. Le Pen. In the Face of ” this collusion that exists today between the socialists and the Republicans around this government and the new president of the Republic, it is necessary to the evidence of the deputies, without complacency, [ … ]. Deputies FN, that they [be] not in a negotiation with the current government “, has assured Ms Le Pen, who, in the case of election to the legislature, should abandon its mandate of mep.
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In 2012, the president of the national Front, had already been presented to Hénin-Beaumont. It was easily won in the first round (42,26 %), but it had lost the election a few hundred votes (49,89 %) in the second round against the socialist Philippe Kemel. It was also presented in 2007.
If she was slow to make his choice for the parliamentary elections, as it was already presented as the leader of the battle of the general elections for the FN on the evening of the second round of the presidential election, Ms. Le Pen said he did not have ” particularly reluctant “. the ” I just expected to make public my decision “, she said.
Jean-Marie Le Pen, honorary president excluded the FN, was the candidate of the Party of France in the 11e district of the Pas-de-Calais, he withdrew from the race on Thursday evening after the announcement of the candidacy of his daughter.