National Front gets funding campaign is not around
Marine le Pen succeeds, it is not yet in her election campaign for the French presidency to finance it. Banks reject far-right Front National (FN) for political reasons to borrow money.
Nicolas Bay, the general secretary of the nationalist party, told Thursday on radio Europe 1 that FN 27 million euros want to spend in the run-up to the elections in april and may.
That the budget is not there, he finds outrageous. Financial institutions, also abroad, look for the moment the other side. “That is really a problem of discrimination on the basis of political opinions. That’s illegal,” said Bay.
He denied the message in the latest edition of the weekly ‘Le Canard enchaîné’ that the FN a Russian bank to 30 million dollars. “Complete nonsense. The are fantasies, strange claims.”