Sunday, 26 June 2011
The Observer has an article on Marine Le Pen today, which includes an interview with her.

The advances made by the Front National and other parties in Europe today – the Swiss People's Party, the Northern League in Italy, Geert Wilders's Freedom Party in the Netherlands – are all based on the combination of anti-immigrant stances plus economic populism and national patriotism. Mainstream parties across Europe have not found answers to this movement, for which the term "far right" seems increasingly inadequate.

"We could be looking at a great realignment of the political positions in Europe," says Bouvet. "It's a new populism. Marine Le Pen could lead it."

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