Leaders of French and Dutch Nationalist Parties Vow To Take Powers Back From Brussels

Marine Le Pen
and Geert Wilders, two of Europe’s best-known nationalist leaders,
vowed today at a news conference to work together ahead of the
European elections next year to free Europeans from what Wilders
described as “the monster in Brussels.”

The Wall Street Journal

Two of Europe’s most prominent nationalist leaders pledged
Wednesday to drive a shared anti-euro, anti-immigration line in
European elections next spring and pull other right-wing parties
into their movement.

In a joint news conference in The Hague, France’s Marine Le Pen
and the Netherlands’ Geert Wilders said they would seek to take
powers back from European Union institutions in Brussels,
hoping to tap into opposition to EU controls that has grown amid
the financial crisis.

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from Hit & Run http://reason.com/blog/2013/11/13/leaders-of-french-and-dutch-nationalis

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