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Future with Confidence
L'Avenir en confiance
AbbreviationAEC
Deputy LeaderVirginie Ruffenach
Founded20 February 2019 (2019-02-20)
Preceded byFuture Together
IdeologyAnti-separatism
Conservatism
Liberal conservatism
Factions:
Republicanism
Gaullism
Multiracialism
Caldoche interests
Political positionCentre-right
MembersCaledonian Republicans, The Rally, Caledonian People's Movement (MPC), All Caledonians
Seats in the Congress
18 / 54
Seats in the South Province
20 / 40
Seats in the North Province
3 / 22
Website
lavenirenconfiance.nc

The Future with Confidence (French: L'Avenir en confiance, AEC) is a liberal-conservative and anti-independence electoral alliance of political parties in New Caledonia. It forms part of the anti-separatist and French loyalist bloc in the Congress of New Caledonia.[1]

The alliance was founded in February 2019 as a common list for the 2019 New Caledonian legislative election and contains an amalgamation of four political parties which include: The Caledonian Republicans, The Rally, The Caledonian People's Movement (MPC) and All Caledonians.[2]

Ideologically, the group holds the common aim of opposing separatist and nationalist movements in New Caledonia by supporting New Caledonia's status as part of overseas France. It supports the Nouméa Accord but endorsed a No vote in each independence referendum and urged for the referendums to be held rapidly in order to create a coherent anti-separatist campaign before each.[3] Additionally, the group supports strict policies on security and law & order, and for all groups in New Caledonia to be respected and have rights.[4]

References

  1. ^ "New Caledonia readies for election". RNZ. 8 May 2019.
  2. ^ Centre, Pacific Media. "New 'anti' force shakes up New Caledonian political landscape | Asia Pacific Report".
  3. ^ "Constitution du groupe L'Avenir en confiance au congrès". ncpresse.nc. 25 March 2019. Retrieved 19 December 2019.
  4. ^ La1ère.fr avec l'AFP, « La Nouvelle-Calédonie teste le "modèle islandais" contre les addictions des jeunes », 19/07/2019, mis à jour le 01/10/2019, consulté le 24 juin 2020