Europe will be watching the results of this weekend's French local elections carefully. The anti-immigrant leader of the French National Front, Marine Le Pen, is riding high after a record performance in the 2012 presidential election, toning down the provocative rhetoric of her father, and even insisting that her party is no longer "far-right". Have her ideas really gone mainstream, or are the mainstream parties losing their appeal?
FRANCE 24 reporter
Journalist, Yedioth Ahronoth
Senior Consultant, CSA; Co-Founder, "Délits d'opinions"
Sociologist; Professor at Paris 8 University