法国总统候选人也喊出“法国优先”口号

编辑:给力英语新闻 更新:2017年2月6日 作者:美国之音双语新闻(VOA News)

法国极右翼领导人,总统候选人勒庞(中间)在法国里昂会议结束后与本党官员一起参加集会。(2017年2月5日)
法国极右翼领导人,总统候选人勒庞(中间)在法国里昂会议结束后与本党官员一起参加集会。(2017年2月5日)Far-right leader presidential candidate Marine Le Pen, center, stands among party officials at the end of a conference in Lyon, France, Sunday, Feb. 5, 2017.

法国国民阵线主席玛丽娜·勒庞星期日宣布要参加总统竞选。她誓言要“让法国优先”。她也对全球化提出了批评。

勒庞在里昂市中心对民众表示,“初选显示,有关世俗主义或者移民问题、全球化问题的辩论,或者普遍放宽的监管现在确实构成了一个基本的、普遍的分歧。”

她说,“这个分歧并不是左右派之间的分歧,而是爱国者与支持全球化者之间的分歧。”

多年来,勒庞一直是国民阵线党的强有力的代表,尽管法国屡遭恐怖袭击,但她的声望还在不断提高,推动选民朝着国民阵线党和民粹主义政策方向转变。最近几个月来,勒庞要求禁止在大街上戴伊斯兰面罩和犹太人小圆帽。

勒庞大声疾呼反对移民是出于经济原因,她隔空回应美国总统川普有关移民领取福利,占用了过多的美国税款的说法。

勒庞星期日问自己的支持者,“你们真的认为这是正常的吗?” “一个法国家庭一辈子都在工作却买不起食物,而我们却把巨额的欧元送给外国人,告诉我,你们认为这正常吗?”

最近的民调显示,勒庞已经拥有足够的支持,能够通过第一轮的法国总统选举,但是要赢得5月7日举行的决选还不够。

勒庞说,“好的,大家知道,根据民调,川普早就输掉了。根据民调,英国退欧也肯定通不过。在意大利,按照民调,前总理伦奇的政策肯定会被采用的。” “我不相信民调…我只相信胜利,我们会胜利的。”

Le Pen Launches Presidential Bid, Vows to 'Put France First'

French Nationalist Marine Le Pen vowed to put "France First" as she launched her presidential bid Sunday, speaking out against globalization.

"The primaries have shown that the debates on secularism or on immigration, as well as on globalization or generalized deregulation do constitute now a fundamental and cross-cutting division," she told crowds in the central city of Lyon.

"The division is not between right and left anymore, but between patriots and pro-globalization."

Le Pen has been a vocal representative of the National Front (FN) party for years, and continues to gain popularity as France falls victim to more terrorist attacks, prompting voters to shift toward nationalist and populist policies. Le Pen in recent months has called to ban the Muslim veil and Jewish kippah on streets.

She has spoken out against immigration for economic reasons as well, echoing claims from U.S. President Donald Trump across the ocean that immigrants claim welfare, taking an unfair share of American tax dollars.

"Do you really think this is normal?" she asked her supporters Sunday. "Tell me, do you think this is normal that a French family who has been working for all their life, can't not even pay for food to eat, while we are giving millions of euros to foreigners?"

Recent polls show that Le Pen has enough support to make it past the first round of French presidential elections, but not enough to win the run-off scheduled for May 77.

"Well, you know, according to polls, Trump should have lost. According to polls, the Brexit should have been rejected, and in Italy according to polls Matteo Renzi's policy should have been adopted," she countered. "I don't believe in polls. . . I really believe in victory, and we will win."