Published On: Wed, Feb 1st, 2017

Adamant far-rightest leader Le Pen refuses to accept European parliament’s punishment

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Firmly staying in her stand that she did not commit any wrong doing, Marion Anne Perrine Le Pen, the far-rightist leader and one of the most powerful members of the European parliament, has refused to accept the punishment given to her by the parliament for misusing the fund. Earlier, the European parliament identified that the far-rightist President candidate of France misused the fund. Followed by that, the parliament insisted the far-rightist leader to pay back nearly 300,000 Euros. As the time frame designated to pay back the money ends today, it seems that she is still firm at her stand. While speaking to the media personals, she claims that she will not submit to this persecution and will fight legally. Terming the decision, to impose fine, taken by the parliament, as a unilateral decision, the National Front leader alleges that it is a politically motivated action. She further criticises that her opponents are performing vendetta politics. Meanwhile, it is learned that if she refuses to pay back the prescribed amount, the parliament will retain half her salary that she gets as the member of the parliament and withheld other allowances. Le Pen is a popular and widely-accepted political figure in France. The present allegations are likely to give her a much-deserved political mileage, opines expert. For last few years, she has been conducting a rigorous revamping operation inside her party. She has gained popularity by liberalising several far-rightist policies of her party.  Firmly staying in her stand that she did not commit any wrong doing, Marion Anne Perrine Le Pen, the far-rightist leader and one of the most powerful members of the European parliament, has refused to accept the punishment given to her by the parliament for misusing the fund. Earlier, the European parliament identified that the far-rightist President candidate of France misused the fund. Followed by that, the parliament insisted the far-rightist leader to pay back nearly 300,000 Euros. As the time frame designated to pay back the money ends today, it seems that she is still firm at her stand. While speaking to the media personals, she claims that she will not submit to this persecution and will fight legally. Terming the decision, to impose fine, taken by the parliament, as a unilateral decision, the National Front leader alleges that it is a politically motivated action. She further criticises that her opponents are performing vendetta politics. Meanwhile, it is learned that if she refuses to pay back the prescribed amount, the parliament will retain half her salary that she gets as the member of the parliament and withheld other allowances.Le Pen is a popular and widely-accepted political figure in France. The present allegations are likely to give her a much-deserved political mileage, opines expert.For last few years, she has been conducting a rigorous revamping operation inside her party. She has gained popularity by liberalising several far-rightist policies of her party.

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Adamant far-rightest leader Le Pen refuses to accept European parliament’s punishment