Marine Le Pen re-elected as leader of French far-right party

Marine Le Pen, 52, was on Sunday re-elected as leader of the far-right Rassemblement National party, the former Front National, during its congress in the southern town of Perpignan, setting in train her 2022 presidential election bid. 

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Marine Le Pen on Sunday won re-election as head of France’s far-right Rassemblement National (RN)  at the party's congress where she sought new impetus for her 2022 presidential bid after the RN's poor performance in regional polls, reports The Times of Israel.