Interview with Jean-Marie Le Pen – Milenko Nedelkovski Show, Macedonia

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Interview with Jean-Marie Le Pen – Milenko Nedelkovski Show, Macedonia Жан-Мари Ле Пен во шоуто на Миленко Неделковски. целата емисија
Jean-Marie Le Pen (French pronunciation: ​[ʒɑ̃ ma.ʁi lə.pɛn]; born 20 June 1928) is a French politician who led the National Front party from its foundation in 1972 until 2011.

His progression in the late 1980s is known as the “Lepénisation des esprits” or lepénisation of spirits due to its noticeable effect on mainstream political opinion. Le Pen focuses on issues related to immigration to France, the European Union, traditional culture and values, law and order and France’s high rate of unemployment. He advocates immigration restrictions, the death penalty, raising incentives for homemakers,[1] and euroscepticism. His controversial speeches and his integration into public life have made him a figure who polarizes opinion, considered as the “Devil of the Republic” among his opponents or as the last samurai in politics among his supporters.

His progress to the second round in the 21 April 2002 presidential election left its mark on French public life, and the “21st of April” is now a frequently used expression in France. His longevity in politics and his five attempts to become president of France have made him a major figure in French political life. Expelled from the party the previous month, on 5 September 2015 Le Pen founded a new political party, the Blue, White and Red Rally.