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Jean-Marie Le Pen was a French candidate for president in 2002 who called for stricter controls against [[immigration]] in [[France]], in order to preserve French culture.  He has also denied aspects of the Holocaust, has said that the Nazi occupation of France was not severe, and said that AIDS patients should be isolated.  He is the leader of the right-wing [[National Front]] party and is running in the [[2007 French presidential elections]].
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'''Jean-Marie Le Pen''' was a French candidate for president in 2002 who called for stricter controls against [[immigration]] in [[France]], in order to preserve French culture.  He has also denied aspects of the Holocaust, has said that the Nazi occupation of France was not severe, and said that AIDS patients should be isolated.  He is the leader of the right-wing [[National Front]] party and is running in the [[2007 French presidential elections]].
  
 
His immigration policies were called racist by some of his opponents.
 
His immigration policies were called racist by some of his opponents.
  
 
[[Category:France]]
 
[[Category:France]]

Revision as of 10:00, 9 April 2007

Jean-Marie Le Pen was a French candidate for president in 2002 who called for stricter controls against immigration in France, in order to preserve French culture. He has also denied aspects of the Holocaust, has said that the Nazi occupation of France was not severe, and said that AIDS patients should be isolated. He is the leader of the right-wing National Front party and is running in the 2007 French presidential elections.

His immigration policies were called racist by some of his opponents.