Marine Le Pen, year zero


Marine Le Pen, during her back-to-school political meeting in Hénin-Beaumont, on September 11. SAMEER AL-DOUMY/AFP

STORY – In a new configuration, the president of the RN group in the Assembly must prove herself for 2027.

New year, new team, new challenges. For Marine Le Pen, the start of the 2022 school year marks a form of rebirth. Almost eleven years after taking over the helm of the party, a second round in the presidential election to her credit, she is now at the head of a group of 89 deputies to the National Assembly. A historic configuration for the party with the nationalist flame, which is reshuffling the cards for the daughter of Jean-Marie Le Pen. She who, last year, voluntarily hinted that the 2022 election would be her last lap, has since been back on horseback. This Friday, she acts, in Cap d'Agde, the return of her group with the parliamentary days of the National Rally.

Things have changed a few months ago. It is over, for Marine Le Pen, of the presidency of the party, which she will leave (according to the choice of the members) to Louis Aliot or Jordan Bardella, competing for the position. A relative distance which allows the RN to sell, a new…

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