Marine Le Pen, French presidential candidates salute police after Paris shooting

Publish Date : 2021-04-03


Marine Le Pen, French presidential candidates salute police after Paris shooting

They will battle in the first round of elections on Sunday, standing on vastly different platforms from far-right to far-left.

But the candidates' initial reactions focused on the police who were targeted by a shooter on the Champs-Elysees, not politics.

Far-right presidential candidate Marine Le Pen, one of the front-runners, tweeted: 'My emotions and solidarity for the police, once again targeted.'



https://cde.instructure.com/eportfolios/199143/Home/DownloadMp3_Caleb_Lee_Hutchinson__Caleb_Lee_Hutchinson__EP_Album_Download
https://cde.instructure.com/eportfolios/199133/Home/DownloadMp3_Felicity__Old_Habits__EP_Album_Download
https://cde.instructure.com/eportfolios/199141/Home/DOWNLOAD_ALBUM_Hazhe__Hazhe_Beat_Series_Vol_1_Zip_Mp3
https://cde.instructure.com/eportfolios/199139/Home/DOWNLOAD_ALBUM_Waltteri_Torikka__Sydmeni_joulu_Zip_Mp3
https://cde.instructure.com/eportfolios/199140/Home/DOWNLOAD_ALBUM_Ketil_Bjrnstad__Eva_Bje__Hun_Som_Kjenner_Tristhete_Zip_Mp3


Conservative French presidential hopeful Francois Fillon tweeted: 'Paying homage to police who give their lives to protect ours.'

Leftist candidate Jean-Luc Melenchon, who's been rising rapidly in the polls, wrote on Twitter: 'My thoughts are with the policemen dead and injured and their families. Terrorist acts will never remain unpunished. Accomplices not forgotten.'

And Emmanuel Macron, a centrist who had to form his own party to get a nomination but has since found a great deal of support, also backed the police.

'I pledge all of my solidarity with regard to our law enforcement forces. My thoughts are with the family of the victim,' he tweeted.

Socialist candidate Benoit Hamon added his condolences, again highlighting the work of the security forces.

'My thoughts go with the policeman who was killed, to his colleagues, who are hurt. Complete support to law enforcement against terrorism,' he said on Twitter.

Voters in France go to the polls on Sunday in the first round of the presidential elections. The top two vote-getters from a crowded field will go head-to-head in the second round on May 7.

Voters in France go to the polls on Sunday in the first round of the presidential elections. The top two vote-getters from a crowded field will go head-to-head in the second round on May 7. Conservative French presidential hopeful Francois Fillon tweeted: 'Paying homage to police who give their lives to protect ours.' Voters in France go to the polls on Sunday in the first round of the presidential elections. The top two vote-getters from a crowded field will go head-to-head in the second round on May 7. And Emmanuel Macron, a centrist who had to form his own party to get a nomination but has since found a great deal of support, also backed the police. And Emmanuel Macron, a centrist who had to form his own party to get a nomination but has since found a great deal of support, also backed the police. 'I pledge all of my solidarity with regard to our law enforcement forces. My thoughts are with the family of the victim,' he tweeted. Conservative French presidential hopeful Francois Fillon tweeted: 'Paying homage to police who give their lives to protect ours.' They will battle in the first round of elections on Sunday, standing on vastly different platforms from far-right to far-left. Voters in France go to the polls on Sunday in the first round of the presidential elections. The top two vote-getters from a crowded field will go head-to-head in the second round on May 7. 'My thoughts go with the policeman who was killed, to his colleagues, who are hurt. Complete support to law enforcement against terrorism,' he said on Twitter. Far-right presidential candidate Marine Le Pen, one of the front-runners, tweeted: 'My emotions and solidarity for the police, once again targeted.' Voters in France go to the polls on Sunday in the first round of the presidential elections. The top two vote-getters from a crowded field will go head-to-head in the second round on May 7. 'My thoughts go with the policeman who was killed, to his colleagues, who are hurt. Complete support to law enforcement against terrorism,' he said on Twitter. 'My thoughts go with the policeman who was killed, to his colleagues, who are hurt. Complete support to law enforcement against terrorism,' he said on Twitter. They will battle in the first round of elections on Sunday, standing on vastly different platforms from far-right to far-left. Leftist candidate Jean-Luc Melenchon, who's been rising rapidly in the polls, wrote on Twitter: 'My thoughts are with the policemen dead and injured and their families. Terrorist acts will never remain unpunished. Accomplices not forgotten.' Leftist candidate Jean-Luc Melenchon, who's been rising rapidly in the polls, wrote on Twitter: 'My thoughts are with the policemen dead and injured and their families. Terrorist acts will never remain unpunished. Accomplices not forgotten.' But the candidates' initial reactions focused on the police who were targeted by a shooter on the Champs-Elysees, not politics. Voters in France go to the polls on Sunday in the first round of the presidential elections. The top two vote-getters from a crowded field will go head-to-head in the second round on May 7. But the candidates' initial reactions focused on the police who were targeted by a shooter on the Champs-Elysees, not politics. They will battle in the first round of elections on Sunday, standing on vastly different platforms from far-right to far-left. Voters in France go to the polls on Sunday in the first round of the presidential elections. The top two vote-getters from a crowded field will go head-to-head in the second round on May 7.

#newsupdatenow



Category :accounting

Melbourne Cup memories: The legs that stopped a nation

Melbourne Cup memories: The legs that stopped a nation

- On a sultry spring day in 1965, silence descended on the packed crowd gathered at Australias bigges


Dont worry about me, Im fine, says Frances former first lady

Dont worry about me, Im fine, says Frances former first lady

- With the worlds eyes on her after a media frenzy over her former partners alleged affair, Frances


The future of Europe: 3 scenarios

The future of Europe: 3 scenarios

- Fifty years ago, a Frenchman and a German -- seared by the devastation of World War II -- forged an


Merkel gets a fourth term but German voters deliver far-right surge

Merkel gets a fourth term but German voters deliver far-right surge

- The hard-right Alternative for Germany (AfD) becomes the third-largest group in the national parliam