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French prosecutor studying EU anti-fraud agency report on Le Pen

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Six days ahead of the final vote in the euro zone's second biggest economy, Le Pen has never been closer to the Elysee, but her spectacular rise in opinion polls appears to stagnate as Macron steps up his campaign. FRANCE 24's Maya-Anaïs Yataghène delves into the latest French April Surprise. Days before the runoff, Paris prosecutors are studying a report by the EU fraud agency accusing French far-right presidential candidate Marine Le Pen of misusing public funds while serving in the European Parliament.

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