lørdag den 29. marts 2014

Frankrig: Sejr for muslimkritisk anti-EU parti


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"France's far-right Front National party has made significant gains in local elections, when voters sent a message of deep dissatisfaction with the Socialist president François Hollande.

As the voting stations closed, polls were suggesting the governing Socialists had gained just 43% of the vote nationwide, compared with 48% for the centre-right opposition.

The FN was believed to have polled around 7% support, a considerable gain given that the party was represented in less than 600 of the 36,000 French municipalities where votes took place.

In the northern town of Hénin-Beaumont, the FN candidate was reported to have won a rare outright victory in the first of the two-round elections. The party was also reportedly ahead in a handful of other areas."

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