The European Union “has nothing to say” about Ukraine, “is zero” and that is why it was not invited to join the US-Russia negotiations on Ukraine – assessed on Wednesday the head of the far-right party National Union (RN ) Marine Le Pen.
She also announced that if she wins the elections, family allowances “will be reserved exclusively for the French,” and she wants to include a provision in the constitution that differentiates the privileges of the French and foreigners.
The Supervisory Board candidate also severely assessed the activities of non-governmental organizations in the field of admitting migrants. “(They) are sometimes accomplices of the smugglers. (…) Recently, I was in Mayotte. The people of Mayotte are demonstrating against the Cimade organization, which is organizing the influx of migrants from Comoros, ”Le Pen said in an interview with BFM TV.
Le Pen also criticized the government for its anti-inflationary policy of “freezing” electricity and gas prices for 6 months. Proposes a permanent reduction in fuel taxes.
She also pointed out to the current authorities that they changed the school sanitation protocol three times in 8 days, describing the government’s policy towards children during the pandemic as “abuse”.
In the field of EU and French foreign policy, Le Pen criticized the failure to invite EU representatives to US-Russia talks on Ukraine on Tuesday and the political weakness of the EU and France.
Le Pen is running for the presidential election in France, the first round of which will take place on April 10. Like Jean-Luc Melenchon, the head of the extreme leftist France and the right-wing columnist Eric Zemmour, he declares that he has great difficulty obtaining the 500 signatures of mayors necessary to officially submit his candidacy to the election commission.
In the latest survey by the Elabe Institute for BFM TV and the newspaper “L’Express”, Le Pen obtains 17 percent in the first round of the election. votes, as did the candidate of the center-right Republican party, Valerie Pecresse. The incumbent President Emmanuel Macron has between 22.5 and 23 percent in the study. endorsement. Two candidates will enter the second round of elections, scheduled for April 24.
From Paris, Katarzyna Stańko (PAP)
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