Le Pen's candidate Jordan Bardella presents programme | EUROtoday

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The tall younger man who steps out of the darkish limousine might be France's subsequent prime minister. Jordan Bardella, 28, has mastered the imagery of energy completely. He is at the moment avoiding markets or village squares within the depths of France, the place the Rassemblement National (RN)'s electoral strongholds are. His new territory is within the French capital, within the tv studios and salons close to the facilities of energy. He doesn’t should do constituency work as a result of the MEP will not be working for a seat within the National Assembly. He hovers above the heated political discussions, the insults and boos that Prime Minister Gabriel Attal has to endure throughout his marketing campaign appearances.