October 22, 2021

After running for the French presidency, Le Pen eased his differences with Zammour.


National rally leader Marine Le Pen has ruled out a rift with influential right-wing commentator Eric Zemour as he seeks to defeat Emmanuel Macron in next April’s presidential election.

زیمور۔ He is expected to announce his bid to replace Macron in the coming weeks. Analysts predict that such a move could garner right-wing votes from Le Pen, who lost to Macron in 2017.

However, during an interview on French TF1 TV station, Le Pen said he had no opponents in France. “This is a great divide between those who believe in France and those who do not,” he added.

“I think Eric Zemour is part of the people who believe in France. We have differences, but we win in unity, not in division. I will never see him as an opponent. Should be reserved for Emmanuel Macron. “


In the southern city of Fresno on Sunday, Le Pen officially announced his second attempt to become France’s first female president.

“There are battles in which we have no right to lose,” he told about 1,000 loyalist parties. Win it “

Lee Pan, 52, left his post as RN president last week to focus on his campaign. Vice President Jordan Bardella, who has replaced him, was in the audience as he vowed to defend independence in France.

“I am going to give you a state that values ​​your freedoms,” he said.


In 2022, this election will not only be the choice of society. ”

Le Pen cited a series of protests against mandatory vaccinations and health passes that need to be displayed before entering bars, restaurants and galleries.

“If week after week, thousands of people use the word ‘freedom’, it is because there is something wrong that needs to be heard,” he said.

During his speech, he also hit outside. United Europe And outlined its attitudes toward immigration and insecurity.

We have to decide who goes home and under what circumstances, “he said with a round of applause.

“We will eliminate gangs and put French criminals in jail, foreigners on planes.”

Second place, on Sunday, Anne Hidalgo, The mayor of Paris has said she will run for president.

“Knowing the seriousness of our times and giving hope to our lives, I have decided to run for the French presidency,” said the 62-year-old, surrounded by supporters and his campaign team in Normandy, Rouen. ۔


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