Euro Is Dead’: Marine Le Pen Calls for Return to French National Currency
French right-wing presidential candidate Marine Le Pen said Sunday that “euro is dead,” adding that France should return to the national currency
Euro is a “burden” for the French economy, the country needs to be able to control its national currency, Le Pen said in her interview with the Parisien newspaper. She stressed that she planned to gain the right to control the national currency, explaining that it would mean turning euro into the money that would only be used by “big companies engaged in international trade.”
If elected, Le Pen plans to hold the referendum on leaving the European Union in the first half of 2018 after negotiations with other EU member states. If elected, Le Pen plans to hold the referendum on leaving the European Union in the first half of 2018 after negotiations with other EU member states.
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