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Thursday, 24 March 2011

French far-Right in financial setback

France's new far-Right leader Marine Le Pen is facing a major setback in her bid to challenge Nicolas Sarkozy after a bank demanded the seizure of her cash-strapped party's historic riverside headquarters.

Miss Le Pen, who took the reins of the National Front party (FN) from her father Jean-Marie in January, is enjoying a surge in the polls and the prospect of winning seats in the second round of local elections on Sunday.
The FN is trailing President Sarkozy's party by just two percentage points after the first round with the Socialists in first place.
But the party Miss Le Pen inherited is deeply in debt, and yesterday it emerged the French bank Societe Generale has secured an order for seizure of the FN's former headquarters west of Paris unless it repays a 5.2 million-euro (£4.5 million) debt by September.

Read More at the Telegraph