Le Pen withdrew from the leadership of his party during the election
The candidate for President of France, leader of the far-right party “national front” marine Le Pen said that moving away from party Affairs in order to concentrate on the election campaign before the second round elections in France.
The leader of the French far-right party “national front” marine Le Pen has decided to temporarily postpone its activities to focus fully on the presidential campaign before the second round elections in France, where she will face with the head of the party “Forward,” Emmanuel Macron over the presidency. She declared it on air of TV channel France 2.
“For starters, let me be clear: we are approaching a decisive moment. I have always believed that the President should not only be the President of the Republic, but of all Frenchmen, and should unite them. It is a deep conviction and need to move from words to deeds. That’s why I think it necessary to take the leave from a post of the head of “National front,” she said.
“Je me mets en congé de la présidence du @FN_officiel : je ne suis plus que la candidate à la présidentielle.” #JT20h pic.twitter.com/4XaLe8rcIq
— Marine Le Pen (@MLP_officiel) 24 APR 2017
Le Pen stressed that the present time she is the sole candidate.
I’m not the President of the party, I am a candidate for the French presidency who wants, once again, to unite people around a program for the sake of hope, prosperity and security of all francuzami Le Pen
Sunday, April 23, France passed the first round of presidential elections in France. The results of the vote, first place went to former Minister of economy of the country, the leader of the party “Forward,” Emmanuel macron as he scored 23.75% of the votes. His opponent — the leader of “National front” marine Le Pen took second place with 21.53%. The winner will be determined in the second round, which will take place on 7 may.