”We are going a political crisis and we will have to reinvent ourselves after the elections," Corinne Narassiguin, Spokesperson of the French Socialist Party tells Michel Friedman on Conflict Zone.
The runoff election in France pits diametrical visions for Europe against each other: Liberal-socialist Emmanuel Macron and populist-conservative Marine Le Pen. For Brussels, the outcome can mean any number of things.
Corinne Narassiguin, speaker of the French Socialists, discusses the collapse of her party in the polls and the legacy of Francois Hollande, who has become the most unpopular president in the country's history, on DW.
Left-of-center parties are facing potentially disastrous elections in France, the UK and Germany in 2017. DW asks if we are seeing the final nail in the coffin of social democracy?
What kind of party are Front National? MEP Bruno Gollnisch, who stood against Marine Le Pen to be its leader, meets Tim Sebastian at their headquarters near Paris.
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