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Louvre asks Le Pen to remove his election video from the museum with pictures

This content was released on 15 January 2022 – 15:34

PARIS, Jan. 15 (EFE) – The Louvre Museum has asked Marine Le Pen, leader of the far-right National Committee (RN), to withdraw a video of her election campaign for the French presidential election in April. Mostly recorded before the company’s famous pyramid.

The video, released today, begins with Le Pen, next to the famous Louvre Pyramid, “the symbol of France’s continuity”, greeting the French and sending them a “message of accumulation and hope”.

Under the pyramid, the museum was chosen because current French President Emmanuel Macron celebrated his election in 2017, and Le Pen says in the video that his promises have “disappeared”.

However, the pictures did not please the Louvre, the world’s largest museum, and the company’s sources told the Le Parisian newspaper that “no recognition” had been given to the far-right party for the shooting.

“The Louvre Museum reminds us that the image of the pyramid must be approved before it can be used as a privilege for all patriarchal rights to the pyramid, created by the architect (Ieoh Ming) Pei,” the sources added. Capital newspaper.

RN number two Jordan Bardella responded on Twitter, “Who thinks the Louvre belongs to them?” And he replied: “It belongs to all the French”.

In the April elections, Le Pen, when he came to the second round defeated by Macron, hopes to at least repeat the end of 2017.

Polls suggest it will be more difficult to get to the second round this time around, as his voting intent is very similar to that of Conservative candidate Valerie Beckress. EFE

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