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Meeting of fifteen far-right parties on Saturday in Warsaw, according to the RN

2021-12-01T21:12:06.983Z

About fifteen far-right and conservative parties, including the National Rally of Marine Le Pen, signatories in July of a declaration ...



About fifteen far-right and conservative parties, including the National Rally of Marine Le Pen, signatories in July of a joint declaration for an alliance in the European Parliament, are due to meet on Friday and Saturday in Warsaw, according to the RN .

"

In order to continue the rapprochement between the patriotic parties currently split into two distinct groups within the European Parliament (Identity and Democracy and European Conservatives and Reformists), a meeting between the leaders of these different formations in which Marine Le Pen will participate, is being held. next December 3 and 4 in Warsaw,

”indicates the agenda of the French far-right leader.

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Marine Le Pen, candidate for the presidential election in France next April, specifies that she "will

meet there the 14 signatory parties, last July, of a joint declaration, signed in July 2021, calling for a major alliance in Parliament European

”. The leader of the Italian League, Matteo Salvini, will not be present at this meeting in Warsaw, however, according to his spokesperson. But "

the League continues to work

" on an "

alternative to the left in Italy and in Europe

", Specified this source.

Among the signatories of the July declaration were Marine Le Pen, Matteo Salvini, Hungarian Prime Minister and Fidesz boss Viktor Orban, leader of the Polish Law and Justice party Jaroslaw Kaczynski, Vox boss in Spain Santiago Abascal, and leader by Fratelli d'Italia (neo-fascist) Georgia Meloni.

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These parties are not part of the same groups in the European Parliament. The RN and the League belong to the Identity and Democracy (ID) group, while Law and Justice, Vox and Fratelli d'Italia are in the European Conservatives and Reformists (CRE) group. Fidesz, which divorced in March from the group of the European People's Party (EPP), is looking for other partners. These parties underlined in their declaration in July the need for a “

deep reform

” of the EU, fearing the “

creation of a European superstate

”. Following this statement, Marine Le Pen was received on October 27 by Viktor Orban in Budapest. The two officials denounced on this occasion the "

enslavement

" of theEU and "

migratory flooding

".

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Source: lefigaro

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