Le Pen, Orban, and other European populist leaders meet in Warsaw to discuss EU concerns

By Grayson Quay The Week

Europe’s most prominent right-wing populist leaders met in Warsaw Saturday to discuss concerns about the European Union, The Associated Press reported.

Jaroslaw Kaczynski, Poland’s deputy prime minister and leader of the governing Law and Justice party, hosted the summit. Other attendees included Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, French presidential candidate Marine Le Pen, and Santiago Abascal, the leader of Spain’s Vox party.

Protestors held signs labeling them as fascists and Russian stooges.

Le Pen tweeted that the leaders are united by their desire for “a Europe of nations to give back to the peoples of Europe their freedom and their sovereignty.”


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