Marion has blasted the EU for France's terrorism and unemployment
In a tweet, the Front National MP, Marion Le Pen said: “The European Union has also brought unemployment, insecurity and terrorism. #LeGrandJury.”
The MP made the comments in response to Le Grand Jury, which is a French political broadcast of RTL taking place on Sundays.
She was invited as a guest on the French show on Sunday.
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The European Union has also brought unemployment, insecurity and terrorism
Marion Le Pen
Marion is vying for her aunt, Marine Le Pen, to win the presidential elections in France in a few weeks time.
Her party, the Front National, also tweeted today: “France loses £8 billion euros each year because of what it pays to the European Union.”
Marine Le Pen, if elected, has vowed to pull France out of the EU by calling a referendum.
Dozens of people died in 2016 following various terror attacks
Le Pen has also vowed to eradicate terrorism inside France and to have no tolerance for delinquents.
The leader of the Front National has said that unless the EU changes and abandons its authoritarian character, it will die.
On Sunday, economoist Christophe Barraud tweeted that the probability of Marine Le Pen winning the presidential election has “reached a new high”.
The world will be watching the French elections closely following the right wing populist wave across the world.
France is a founding member of the European Union so a ‘FREXIT’ could be very bad news for the bloc.
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