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Far-left Jean-Luc Mélenchon took direct goal at far-right contender Marine Le Pen and her Nationally Rally occasion – beforehand generally known as the National Front – for having been absent since her occasion lost the French presidential election. Presidential hopeful Mélenchon lost the primary spherical of the election by one single share level to Ms Le Pen. He is now campaigning to grow to be Prime Minister ahead of France’s parliamentary election. In a marketing campaign speech to his left-wing coalition, Mr Mélenchon hit out at Ms Le Pen: “So there is one vote that is absolutely useless. It’s the National Front.”

Under the applause, Mr Mélenchon continued: “And I’ll tell you why.

“I’ll tell you why it’s absolutely useless.

“As the MP was telling you – there are several MPs here, they (Le Pen’s MPs) don’t come. They don’t do the job.”

According to Marine Le Pen’s spokesperson, the far-right chief has been recovering from the French presidential election – therefore her absence from the marketing campaign subject ahead of the French parliamentary elections.

“Pension reform. Not a word from Madame Le Pen”, Mr Mélenchon added.

“So she says: yes, but that’s because I don’t have a group. Liar!

“Anyone can speak, any MP can speak when they want to table an amendment and defend it.

“That’s not true, you’re useless… except for helping the other guy (Emmanuel Macron).”

The three driving forces of the marketing campaign are Macron’s coalition Revival, Jean-Luc Mélenchon’s left-wing Union and Marine Le Pen’s National Rally. While Jean-Luc Mélenchon has been throwing his entire weight behind his marketing campaign to type a “historical”, four-party left-wing coalition, Marine Le Pen has refused to type an alliance with Eric Zemmour’s Reconquest occasion.

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Jean-Luc Mélenchon, nevertheless, has been clear in his intention of turning into Prime Minister. If his coalition wins a majority of seats in France’s decrease courtroom, Macron could possibly be compelled to elect Mr Mélenchon as Prime Minister.

“There’s no point in voting for them because they won’t do anything”, Mélenchon hit out at Marine Le Pen’s occasion.

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