epa02532486 Newly-elected National Front leader France's Marine Le Pen (R), Jean-Marie Le Pen (C), former National Front leader and Bruno Gollnisch (L), far-right National Front political executive director, acknowledge the delegates' applause during the National Front (FN) annual congress in Tours, France, 16 January 2011. Marine le Pen, a 42-year-old lawyer and mother of three, won two-thirds of the votes in a contest to succeed her father Jean-Marie, who led the party since founding it in 1972. Her victory over the only other candidate, Bruno Gollnisch, was announced on the final day of a party conference in the city of Tours. EPA/AUBOIROUX/PHOTOPQR FRANCE OUT- BELGIUM OUT
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