The French højrefløjsprofil Marine Le Pen has taken the Palace.
Here, the visiting leader of the former Front National, which last year changed its name to the Democratic National, Søren His chairman of the Foreign affairs policy Board, Søren Espersen.
At a short press conference along with Søren Espersen told Le Pen that the fight against immigration into the EU continues unabated:
- We are in a historic moment in Europe. We can continue with the massive immigration, and we can lose our freedom. Or we can pursue a radically different policy. It is a great movement, as we can start, says Marine Le Pen.
Le Pen's visit comes among other things as part of Marine Le Pen's efforts to create a new EU-sceptical super-højrefløjsgruppe in the European Parliament.
the Danish people's Party is in connection with the upcoming elections in alliance with the Democratic National.
the Group is founded by the Italian right-wing Lega. The members of the group, called the EAPN, are all sharply the immigration - and EU-critical. The group also counts Austria's freedom party, Finland's 'True Finns' and Vlaams Belang from Beligen, and not least the Alternative Für Deutschland from Tyrskland.
when Asked whether she would incorporate the Hungarian head of state Viktor Orban controversial party Videsz in a new super-right wing, the equivalent of Marine Le Pen in the day at the Palace:
- First, I will say that if Viktor Orban meetings so much fjendltighed, is it because that he has a grip on its borders. Orban may well come up with in our movement, because he has a place there, says Marine Le Pen at press conference.