Marine Le Pen
Marine Le Pen (Neuilly-sur-Seine, Hauts-de-Seine, 5 August 1968 -) French lawyer, politician. President of the far-right National Concentration, Member of the European Parliament until 24 April 2017, Member of the Hénin-Beaumont City Council in Pas-de-Calais, youngest daughter of Jean-Marie Le Pen.
He graduated from Saint-Cloud with a law degree from the University of Panthéon-Assas in Paris in 1990 and then passed a criminal law examination. Founded in February 1990 and close to the National Front, he was a member of the board of the CNEP (National Circle of Students in Paris) and for some time was its honorary president. He was licensed as a lawyer in 1992 and became a defense attorney at the Paris Court of First Instance, primarily in expedited proceedings. He also protected foreigners staying illegally in France. He stopped practicing as a lawyer in 1998.
Marine Le Pen joined the National Front in 1986. In the 1993 municipal elections in the 17th district of Paris, the NF was able to obtain only 11.10% of the vote as a candidate. He obtained his first political mandate in 1998 when he joined the Nord-Pas-de-Calais Regional Council, where he served until 2004.
In the late 1990s, the NF went through an internal crisis, and when Marine took over at the head of the Génération Le Pen in 2000, it was working to make the party more “salon-capable”.
He was re-elected to the Nord-Pas-de-Calais Regional Council in 2002 and to the European Parliament in 2004 as a Member of the Île-de-France. In 2005, he campaigned against the creation of a European constitution, the Treaty of Rome (2004).
Marine's influence grew within the party. Jacques Bompard, the mayor of Orange, was expelled from the party's political committee for criticizing the situation. Bompard accused Jean-Marie Le Pent of using Stalinist methods and withdrew from the party. daughter in Congress.
In the 2007 French presidential election, Jean-Marie Le Pen was strategic director of the election campaign. He managed to persuade his father to further improve and refine the party's image. One of their election posters drew attention to the problem of immigration with a picture of a French girl from Maghreb pointing down at one of the campaign’s slogans: citizenship-assimilation-social ascension-laity. the right / left ruined everything. According to Marine Le Pen, none of the French parties has been able to find a solution to the issues raised, but some French immigrants from abroad are waiting to be answered. His opponents cast political parachutes in his eyes. Le Pen dismissed the charges, having already been elected to the Nord-Pas-de-Calais Regional Council in 1998. He chose this mining district because the main problems in France, unemployment, plant and factory closures and delocalisation, and insecurity in Hénin-Beaumont can all be found in 2011. on January 16, the tours congress elected Marine as party chairman. In 2011, Time magazine ranked it among the 100 most influential personalities in the world. In the first round of the 2012 presidential election in France, it won 17.90% of the vote. He summarized his election promises in 12 points:
Raising pensions and minimum wages.
Stopping mass immigration, the French