Bet on the election of François Asselineau

Francois Asselineau (French François Asselineau; born in Paris, France) is a French politician. Since 1983 he has worked as an advisor for various ministries. In 1996, he became Inspector General at the Ministry of Finance.

In 1999, he became a member of the right-wing party Unification pour la France. In 2004, he received a post from Nicolas Sarkozy and joined the Union faction for a popular movement at the Council of Paris. On March 25, 2007 (the 50th anniversary of the Treaty of Rome), he created a new party, the People's Republican Union (LDC, FR.UPR). The main objective of this party is France's exit from the EU. He also harshly criticizes American foreign policy and demands the withdrawal of France from NATO.

Since March 2014, he has criticized Western policy in the Ukrainian crisis, and believes that the Crimean referendum is no less legitimate than the referendum in Kosovo or South Sudan. On May 9, 2015, François Asselineau, having visited Crimea, was the only French politician in Russia. In November 2014, Asselineau called France's refusal to sell the Mistral ships to Russia "treason".

The number of LDC members exceeded 8,000 in July 2015 and 17,000 in March 2017. Asselineau and the LDCs stood for regional elections in December 2015 in all metropolitan regions (excluding Corsica) and in Reunion. In these 13 regions, the LDCs obtained 189,350 votes, or 0.9 % of the votes, but showing an increase of 150 % compared to the European elections of 2014. François Asselineau complained of not having received a minute of antenna on the main channels and radios. The state of emergency was even a pretext to cancel several interviews and ban several gatherings.

Some opponents of François Asselineau accuse him of a penchant for conspiracy theories, in particular by demonstrating how François Mitterrand and Jacques Attali made a large party of the far-right group Front National (0.18 % of votes in 1981) since 1983 (9.65% of votes in 1986) through active media coverage. This also proves that the National Front never officially asked (in its program) to leave the EU.

Asselineau ran in the 2017 presidential elections and announced his participation in the 2022 elections.

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