Marine Le Pen gives up the presidency of the Rassemblement National, and her successors position themselves at a performance in southern France. But Le Pen’s career is not over yet. But on the contrary.
Kathrin Müller-Lance , Agde
The scenery could hardly be prettier, sun, palm trees, the Mediterranean Sea within walking distance. The Cap d’Agde is not a bad place to work on a good image. In addition, in the south of France, especially in the region between Nîmes and Perpignan, the extreme right has traditionally been successful. In the electoral district in which the town of Agde is located, the candidate for the Rassemblement National (RN) won almost 60 percent in the general elections in June.