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EU People Support Right-Wing Parties Amid European Leaders' Incompetence

© AP Photo / Francois MoriFrance’s far-right National Front president Marine Le Pen delivers her speech at Opera Plaza during the annual May Day march, in Paris, France, Friday, May 1, 2015
France’s far-right National Front president Marine Le Pen delivers her speech at Opera Plaza during the annual May Day march, in Paris, France, Friday, May 1, 2015 - Sputnik International
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Economic strategist for the French National Front political party and European Parliament Member Bernard Monot said that people vote for right-wing parties because they don’t want the additional immigration, they see the lasting economic crisis and the crisis of euro.

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MOSCOW (Sputnik), Yulia Shamporova — EU voters are increasingly choosing right-wing parties as an alternative to "deceitful and incompetent" ruling ones, economic strategist for the French National Front political party and European Parliament Member Bernard Monot told Sputnik.

Earlier on Tuesday, a survey conducted by ICM Research exclusively for Sputnik revealed that almost half of British, French and Spanish nationals participating in a poll say that the rising inflow of refugees to the European Union is the primary reason right-wing parties have gained popularity in Europe.

"People vote for right [-wing] parties because they don’t want the additional immigration, they see the lasting economic crisis, the crisis of euro, the crisis of debts, the social crisis, the deindustrialization of Europe, the problems of eurozone, and they [European leaders] are powerless and incompetent," Monot said.

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Over a half of the surveyed French citizens said that non-mainstream political organizations have become more attractive to voters because of empty promises by ruling parties, ICM Research showed. Forty four percent of French residents polled cited economic difficulties as a reason for current leaders losing support.

"The world crisis in the economic and social sphere is developing quickly and people cannot support the deceit and the incompetence of actual European leaders, there is a separation between elite and common people," the member of the European Parliament added.

The National Front won a third of French votes in the 2014 European parliament election amid other eurosceptic and far-right populist parties that performed strongly but lacked the backing to secure a majority.

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