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Caledonian Republicans
Républicains calédoniens
AbbreviationLRC
PresidentSonia Backès
Honourable PresidentIsabelle Lafleur
Vice PresidentsSimon Loueckhote
Valérie Laroque-Daly
Alésio Saliga
Secretary GeneralsGrégoire Bernut
Philippe Blaise
Willy Gatuhau
Founded7 December 2017 (2017-12-07)
Split fromThe Rally
Headquarters5, Rue Lamartine Orphanage, Noumea
IdeologyAnti-separatism[1]
Economic liberalism
Republicanism
Political positionCentre-right
National affiliationLa République En Marche! (2022–)
Seats in the Congress
7 / 54
Seats in the South Province
7 / 40
Seats in the North Province
1 / 22
Website
republicainscaledoniens.nc

The Caledonian Republicans (French: Les Républicains calédoniens; abbreviated LRC) is a liberal-conservative political party in New Caledonia. The party's founding congress was held on 7 December 2017 at Nouvata Hotel in the capital Nouméa, but its origins can be traced to a political group in Congress that split from The Rally on 18 July 2017.[2]

History

The Caledonian Republicans was formed in the days leading up to the 2017 French legislative election, after disagreements between candidates of The Republicans (represented by The Rally in New Caledonia). Members of the newly founded party criticized other anti-independence parties' economic and labour platforms and rallied under the leadership of trade unionist Sonia Backès.[3]

References

  1. ^ "Caledonian Republicans take campaign to Wallis and Futuna". Radio New Zealand. 6 August 2018. Retrieved 7 November 2018.
  2. ^ M. Sp., « Les Républicains calédoniens, seul parti vraiment loyaliste : naissance ce 7 décembre salle Venezia à 18h ! », La Tribune.nc, 7 December 2017 Archived 8 December 2017 at the Wayback Machine (in French)
  3. ^ Philippe Frédière, « Le camp Backès réclame l'"union sacrée loyaliste" », Nouvelles calédoniennes, 13 July 2017 (in French)