National Rally

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The National Rally (French: Rassemblement national, RN), formerly known as the National Front (French: Front national, FN) until June 2018, is a right-wing party in France, most known for opposition to the mass immigration.

The party was founded in 1972 with Jean-Marie Le Pen as the party's first leader. His daughter Marine Le Pen succeeded him in 2011, softening the party's position on various issues.

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