Hollande wants to exclude from the EU countries ruled by “right wing parties”

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According to the newspapers argument, the right-wing Front National could win the upcoming presidential election in France.

Hollande wants to exclude from the EU countries ruled by "right wing parties"

German newspaper Deutsche Wirtschafts Nachrichten (DWN) wrote that French President Hollande wants to exclude those countries from the EU where right-wing parties have been elected into the government.

According to the newspapers argument, the right-wing Front National could win the upcoming presidential election in France.

“Any country can be excluded from the European Union, Europe has legal tools to prevent a country from violating democratic principles,” “ Hollande said in an interview with France Inter radio.

Hollande also said that the EU should start to exclude such countries from the Union, and he referred to Poland as the most recent example of practices contradictory to the EU’s approach.

The recent survey said that three quarters of the French don’t want to see either Hollande or Nicolas Sarkozy as candidates in next year’s presidential election.

As a candidate for nomination, at least 37% currently support the chairman of the National Front, Marine Le Pen while his party is critical of the EU policies and supports the idea of Frexit.

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