France's extreme right-wing National Front (FN) has achieved great success in the first round of regional elections, revealed exit polls, with FN winning at least six out of thirteen French regions, delegating agencies.
Elections are the first electoral test after last month's attacks in the main French city where 130 was killed.
FN has won 30,8 per polling poll, the Republican Party led by former French President Nicolas Sarkozy is second in place with 27,2 votes cast, while French Socialist President Francois Hollande is third with 22,7 votes.
The president of the FN Marine Le Pen, who ran in the northern French province of Nord-Pas-de-Calais-Picardie or shortened Nord-Picardie and her niece Marion Marechal-Le Pen who competed in the southern French region of Provence-Alpes-Cote d 'Azur, have won more than 40 percent of the vote counts, knocking down the earlier record of the party.
Addressing sympathizers, Le Pen said that "the result is fantastic, confirming that the National Front is undoubtedly the strongest party in France."
After Sunday's first round of elections, 13. December will be another.
But Sarkozy said there would be no tactical alliance in the second round of elections. The early years of the right center rebound and the ruling Socialist Party teamed together to block the political supremacy of the FN.
The French regions have great powers when it comes to local transport, education and economic development.