The left-wing French government has ordered the closure of a mosque in the resort town of Cannes, following reports it was being used to support extremist Islamist groups and promote anti-Semitism, France’s interior minister confirmed on Wednesday. In an interview with French broadcaster CNews, Gerald Darmanin revealed his department had received evidence that showed attendees […]
Will Éric Zemmour be the much-awaited truly conservative and patriotic candidate of a French right-wing electorate that has, up until now, always been betrayed by the center-right party that claimed to represent it?
While Marine Le Pen is currently the only political leader in a position to bring some real change in France, she is not a real conservative and her chances in next year’s presidential elections look more slim than ever.
Remix News conducts an exclusive interview with French MEP Nicolas Bay, member of the executive committee of Le Pen’s National Rally (RN), vice-chair of the Identity & Democracy Group in the European Parliament, and member of the Regional Council of Normandy
Some claim that a Europe of two dynamics has been forged in Aachen, but Germany and France do not have much to offer each other. Jerzy Haszczyński explains how little was gained by either side and how the Aachen treaty will not draw in other European partners.
Evening journals across the country published a letter from President Emmanuel Macron on their covers. After nine weeks of protests, it was yet another attempt by Macron to calm the protestors in yellow vests. Unsuccessfully.
Marine Le Pen launches her campaign for the EP elections. According to her, voters have a unique opportunity to express their dissatisfaction with French president Emanuel Macron. “If Macron does not have the wisdom to go back to the people by dissolving parliament, then let the political arbitrage come from the European elections,” Le Pen said.
No wonder the Yellow Vests movement is skeptical about the debate. All the topics for the so-called citizens’ consultations were decided by the government, which also admitted that the conclusions will not be followed through. So, why even bother with such games in democracy?
Having no choice, Macron likely recognized his mistakes and promised to reassess his priorities, which can be seen positively in many ways. The French president will no longer have the time to criticize the Visegrad group as well as to promote deeper integration of the European Union.
President Emmanuel Macron was elected in May 2017 and in less than a year and a half has lost voter confidence and political legitimacy. It is also remarkable that he is one of the last European leaders to support the European Union as it is.
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