Marine Le Pen Pledges To Suspend Immigration If Wins Elections

Remigio Civitarese
Aprile 21, 2017

France votes on Sunday in the first round of its two-stage election. Hamon is polling a distant fifth place ahead of Sunday's first-round election and has little chan.

"These two radicalised men. intended to commit in the very short-term - by that I mean in the coming days - an attack on French soil", The Guardian quoted Fekl as saying.

Addressing almost 5,000 flag-waving supporters in the southern city of Marseille, where two Frenchmen were arrested Tuesday on suspicion of planning an attack on the election, the National Front (FN) leader said: "I have been denouncing this bad poison of Islamic terrorism since I launched my campaign ... and none of my rivals are willing to debate the subject".

-Far-right candidate Marine Le Pen sought on Tuesday to turn the debate in the final week of France's presidential election to immigration as she tried to reverse a dip in polls.

French police thwarted an imminent "terror attack", arresting two suspected radicals Tuesday April 18, 2017, in the southern port city of Marseille, the Interior Minister Matthias Fekl said during a brief news conference Tuesday.

The newspapers Le Monde and Le Figaro, quoting unnamed sources close to the investigation, said that the front page in the video showed a photograph of conservative candidate Francois Fillon, arousing fears that he might be the target of a planned attack.

Macron is the only candidate so far to have said he has talked with Obama, a popular figure in France.

However, the surveys are crediting Macron and Le Pen as the favorites with 22.5% and, respectively, 23.5%.

Emmanuel Macron and Le Pen are the frontrunners, followed by Francois Fillon and hardcore leftist Jean-Luc Melenchon.

Support for far-left candidate Melenchon and his far-left France insoumise alliance - which can be translated as "Unbowed France" - was at 19 percent, according to the Cevipof poll. In the second roll polls if you take the aggregate, she's STILL 20-30pts behind Macron, and beats no one: not Melenchon, not Fillon, not even Hamon.

Polls have so far predicted she will lose to Emmanuel Macron in the second. She proposes France's exit from the European Union and voices concerns about security and immigration. In five years, when not a thing has changed in France, they will start the whole wearisome rigamarole again. They met in prison in 2015, Molins said.

Le Pen also defended her decision to force national French news network TF1 to take down the European flag during an interview Tuesday night.

"For several weeks, we will need to assess the situation".

Opinion polls indicate that the race has tightened while around 30% of voters have still to decide.

Fillon's ratings have gradually recovered after his campaign hit the rocks following nepotism allegations, and on Thursday he redoubled attempts to dissuade his core voters from straying to Macron's camp.

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