French far-right in pole position for EU election


Poll suggests Marine Le Pen's Front national could get 24% of vote in 2014 Euro elections and become most popular political party in France.

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France's far-right anti-immigration and anti-EU Front National party is tipped to get 24 percent of the domestic vote in next May's election for the European Parliament, a survey said Wednesday, reports GlobalPost.