France's far-right National Front party is reshaping the political landscape after a significant breakthrough in the opening round of regional elections.
Condemned as racist and anti-Semitic by the opposition, the anti-immigration party is set to break the grip of Socialists and Conservatives who have long dominated French politics.
But will the second round of voting cement the party's grassroots rise across France?
Presenter: Folly Bah Thibault
Jean-Yves Camus - Research Fellow at the French Institute for International and Strategic Affairs. He's also the author of the book "Les Droites Extremes en Europe" or "The Far-Right in Europe".
Patrice De Beer - Political Analyst and former Editor of Le Monde newspaper.
Christian Makarian - Editor of L'Express magazine.
Source: Al Jazeera