Far-right National Front wins EU vote in France

By REUTERS
May 25, 2014 22:50

 
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PARIS - France's far-right National Front was projected to win European Parliament elections in France on Sunday with 25 percent of the vote, with exit polls putting Francois Hollande's Socialists in a lowly third place behind the centre-right UMP.



If the National Front score is confirmed, it will be the first time that the anti-immigrant, anti-EU party has won a nationwide election in its four-decade history.


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