These deputies that the RN doesn’t take into account as “black sheep” regardless of their racist, anti-abortion or climate-sceptic positions | EUROtoday

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From left to right: RN deputies Caroline Parmentier, Frédéric Boccaletti, Christophe Bentz, Lisette Pollet and René Lioret.

For Jordan Bardella, these would solely be a number of “black sheep”. Understand: a handful of candidates invested for the legislative elections by the National Rally (RN, National Front till 2018) whose positions didn’t seem like according to the get together line. But the chief of the far-right get together has been cautious in the intervening time to establish exactly who these problematic candidates can be, the precise information they might be accused of and the follow-up he intends to provide them.

However, many media shops, together with The worldhave proven that it is probably not a number of, however extra seemingly dozens of RN representatives who could possibly be positioned on this class. And, whereas lots of them had been defeated, we nonetheless counted twenty-one deputies elected below the RN banner who had connections with the identitarian motion, made hateful or discriminatory remarks, questioned the rights of girls or LGBT individuals, or denied the seriousness of world warming. Among them, just one has to this point been excluded from the RN group – the deputy for Yonne Daniel Grenon, who had declared between the 2 rounds that the “Maghrebis” had “no place in high places”.