RN voters assert their “right to historical continuity”


Yanis Darras

Guest of the Grand Rendez-vous d’Europe 1/Cnews/Les Echos, the philosopher Alain Finkielkraut, returned to the breakthrough of the National Rally within the National Assembly. For the latter, the arrival of 89 deputies from the far-right party is a sign of the concern of the French to preserve “historical continuity”.

It’s a first. In the National Assembly, the National Rally has never been as powerful as since the last legislative elections. The party, formerly led by Marine Le Pen, won 89 seats.

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