Wednesday, September 7, 2016

Le Pen Vows to Hold Referendum if Elected #Frexcit

Advocates of the status quo in Europe don't like these type of vows from rising politicians. The media paints Marine Le Pen as a far right candidate, but her far right stance includes unifying concepts of liberty, freedom, and unification for France. Regardless of her political designation, her popularity among the majority, is quietly rising. She could easily become the singular voice of reason for France and possibly all of Europe when the global economy enters full-blown liquidation in 2017.

Headline: France's Le Pen vows to hold referendum on EU if elected

France's far-right National Front party leader, Marine Le Pen, vowed on Saturday to hold a referendum on whether France stays in or leaves the European Union if she wins the 2017 presidential election.

In her first public meeting after a summer break in the tiny village of Brachay in northeastern France, Le Pen portrayed herself as the sole credible defender of law and order and national unity, saying the best way to combat terrorism was the ballot paper.



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