PARIS — When 34 percent of surveyed voters admit they agree with the ideas of a political movement that is protectionist, anti-immigrant, anti-Muslim and anti-Euro, France has a problem. France’s far-right political party, Front National, has surged in popularity over the past year to its highest level in thirty years. Led by European Parliament
An analysis on what is putting France’s longstanding separation of church and state at risk.
Por Emma-Kate Symons