PARIS (Reuters) – France’s Europe Minister Nathalie Loiseau, who has handled French Brexit preparations, said on Thursday she wanted to lead President Emmanuel Macron’s party in May’s European Parliament elections.
At the end of a long TV debate with far-right leader Marine Le Pen, Loiseau, a career diplomat who headed the elite ENA school of administration before joining Macron’s government, put herself forward as the headline candidate in elections for seats in the European Parliament.
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“I don’t want tomorrow’s Europe to become the one you would draw with your neo-liberal nationalist friends,” Loiseau told Le Pen on public TV France 2’s flagship political show.
“So tonight, I’m ready to...
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