STRASBOURG - The French politician Marine Le Pen has called on the carpet for vote fraud in the European Parliament. The leader of the National Front had Wednesday with the President of the European Parliament, Martin Schulz, will give a full explanation.
The vote fraud was committed during the plenary session in October in Strasbourg. While Le Pen had left the plenary hall during the voting to go to a rally elsewhere in France, voted two fellow party members among whom there PVV Marcel de Graaff, with her voting card. Vote for another is not permitted in the European Parliament. Offenders risk a reprimand, suspension or fine.