Marine Le Pen called on Sunday from her stronghold of Hénin-Beaumont, in Pas-de-Calais, to “defeat” in the legislative elections “the curse” of a “worm-eaten system”, by sending Emmanuel Macron and Jean back to back. -Luc Mélenchon, the “two breasts of the deconstruction of the nation”.

“There is still time to prevent Macron from having all the powers” and to “overcome the curse of an unfair voting system, which maintains in place a rotten system, which does not hold by its results but by the fear maintained “, “fear of change” and “fear of the people”, urged the presidential finalist during her first campaign rally for the legislative elections.

In the previous election, in 2017, Ms. Le Pen’s party only managed to elect eight deputies, although she won nearly 34% of the vote in the second round of the presidential election a month and a half earlier.

“This electoral system is a shame and (…) you must mobilize to correct its harmful and anti-democratic effects”, she launched in front of some 300 activists gathered in a fair atmosphere at the François-Mitterrand space. from the city.

She thus urged her voters, more inclined to abstain, to go to the polls for the first round on June 12. “Not only go vote, but give me 100 to 150 MPs. Help me help you,” she pleaded.

Marine Le Pen especially attacked Emmanuel Macron and Jean-Luc Mélenchon, who are in her eyes “the two breasts of the destruction of the nation that protects”.

The president “doesn’t care” about “almost empty” carts and “prospers on promises he will never keep”, while the Insoumis leads a “coalition of evil” (La Nupes, editor’s note) and has “contributed to elect” Mr. Macron.

“I say to the French workers, the Nupes (…), it is the Burkini coalition, of the submersion (…) With Nupes, you vote for the republic of Traoré”, she launched, in reference to the family of Adama Traoré, a young black man who died during a police check.

The leader of the RN also attacked the Minister of Education Pap Ndiaye, booed by the room, according to her an “indigenous and even racialist” who “fights for the establishment of the dictatorship of minorities over the majority “.

She returned to the organizational failures of the Stade de France, which she blamed on “hordes of ultraviolent migrant minors” and “razzias perpetrated by gangs of cities”. “Here everything is done to hide the idea that anarchic, chaotic, massive immigration is not necessarily a chance for France”.

05/06/2022 16:52:17 – Hénin-Beaumont (France) (AFP) – © 2022 AFP