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On the pro­gram of Ma­rine le Pen(15), can­di­date of the par­ty FN of the French pre­si­den­tial elec­tions, her irst step would be to pro­pose a po­pu­lar re­fe­ren­dum on the exit of France from the Eu­ro­pean Union. She would like an "Eu­rope of in­de­pendent na­tions" and thus a res­ti­tu­tion of "mo­ne­ta­ry, le­gis­la­tive, ter­ri­to­rial, eco­no­mic" so­ve­rei­gn­ty.

She the­re­fore pro­poses an exit of the Eu­ro zone, of the EU(16), of the Schen­gen area, of NATO (North At­lan­tic Trea­ty Or­ga­ni­za­tion)(17) and of free trade agree­ments(18). But she al­so wants to eli­mi­nate the pos­si­bi­li­ty of using pos­ted wor­kers contracts(19) for com­pa­nies and wants to set up a ve­ry am­bi­tious pro­tec­tio­nist and na­tio­na­list po­li­cy. The rein­for­ce­ment of an iso­la­ted na­tio­nal de­fense would be ac­com­pa­nied by a re­turn to com­pul­so­ry mi­li­ta­ry ser­vice (mi­ni­mum 3 months). The can­di­date of the par­ty of the Re­pu­bli­can People's Union of which he is the foun­der, Fran­çois As­se­li­neau, pro­poses an exit of the EU as soon as he would take of ice, as well as of the Eu­ro zone and of the NATO to "give back to France its in­de­pen­dence and to the French their de­mo­cra­cy "(20). In the same spi­rit, the can­di­date Jacques Che­mi­nade al­so pro­poses an exit from the EU and the Eu­ro­zone (21) ex­plai­ning that ac­cor­ding to him "The eu­ro is the re­gio­nal re­lay of the world in­an­cial dic­ta­tor­ship (...) Im­pe­rial do­mi­nance of the in­an­cial mar­ket on the eco­no­mic po­li­cies and po­li­ti­cal so­ve­rei­gn­ties of States ". But he hopes a close Eu­ro­pean co­ope­ra­tion bet­ween so­ve­rei­gn coun­tries.

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