Marine Le Pen Hails Far Right Scores in Germany And Belgium

In the communal elections in Belgium, the far right has made a strong comeback, while in Bavaria, the AfD is entering the regional parliament.

Marine Le Pen on Monday hailed the “dynamics” of far-right movements in regional elections in Germany and municipal elections in Belgium. “The dynamic recorded by the AfD in Bavaria and Vlaams Belang in Flanders confirms a future shift of political balances in the European Parliament next May”, said on Twitter the President of the National Assembly (RN, formerly FN) in an allusion next year’s European elections. For the presidential finalist in France in 2017, it is “still (of) a revealing Sunday in Europe”.


According to the president of Debout France and former ally of Marine Le Pen in the presidential election, Nicolas Dupont-Aignan, these elections show three challenges to be met “1 / the end of the submersion of migration and the protection of our culture, 2 / justice social and merit, 3 / but also the preservation of our environment and our health “. The Alternative for Germany (AfD), a far-right anti-Merkel and anti-migrant party (10.6%), came fourth in the elections in Bavaria, where it entered the regional parliament.

Peoples demand that politics take up the 3 challenges of the 21st century: 1) the end of migratory submersion and the protection of our culture, 2) social justice and merit, 3) but also the preservation of our environment and our health.

In the communal elections in Belgium, Vlaams Belang, an anti-immigration party competing with the N-VA on its right, has recorded a strong comeback in several Flemish cities and has claimed the position of third political force in the Flanders region, behind the Christian Democrats of the CD & V. In both countries, environmentalists also made a breakthrough. In Bavaria, they came in second with 18% of the vote.

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