Russia denies interfering in the French election
Russia denies any interference in the French presidential elections. The Kremlin claims to have nothing to do with the spreading of false news or ‘cyber attacks’. But the camp of presidential candidate Macron held Tuesday his accusation about standing.
Emmanuel Macron claims that the Russians are campaign to try to thwart. In addition, suspects a group of hackers in Ukraine of interference.
The reaction in Moscow was unequivocal: that accusation is absurd. “We had nor have the intention of us to interfere in the internal affairs of other countries, not even in their electoral processes”, said Kremlinwoordvoerder Peskov. He took the allegations under the heading of “anti-Poetinhysterie”.
Prefer the right
The Macronkamp says that Moscow would prefer the far-right Marine Le Pen or the center-right candidate François Fillon at the Elysée down. Which two presidential candidates apparently have no burden of false news or hackers, according to Emmanuel Macron.