France's far right leader to question PM on 'masks and medicines' supply chain France's far right leader Marine Le Pen, along with other party leaders, is invited by French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe Thursday to discuss updates on the coronavirus epidemic. She pledges to "ask him questions about the supply chain of medicine and masks". Le Pen, a candidate in the French presidential elections, says she would also pledge two billion euros over five years to make the lives of French people "safer", arguing that "security is the first of the freedoms". IMAGES AND SOUNDBITES
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