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Modern and Humanist France

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Modern and Humanist France

France moderne et humaniste
FounderJean-Pierre Raffarin, Luc Chatel, Jean Leonetti, Marc Laffineur
IdeologyChristian democracy
Political positionCentre to Centre-right
National affiliationUnion for a Popular Movement
Colours  Blue

Modern and Humanist France (France moderne et humaniste) is a recognized movement within the Union for a Popular Movement (UMP). It was created in August 2012 and it is led by Jean-Pierre Raffarin, Luc Chatel, Jean Leonetti and Marc Laffineur.


The movement was created by former members of the Union for French Democracy (UDF), Rally for the Republic (RPR) and Liberal Democracy (DL) with the stated aim of uniting the party's liberals, Christian democrats, liberal conservatives and radicals; the broader centrist and moderate factions of the UMP.

Weight within the UMP

As a motion for the November 2012 congress, the FMH placed third with 18.17% of the motions vote,[1] a result viewed as disappointing its high profile leadership and strong support from UMP parliamentarians.

Leadership and supporters

The movement's leaders are Jean-Pierre Raffarin (ex-DL), Luc Chatel (liberal, ex-RPR, Jean Leonetti (Radical Party), Marc Laffineur (ex-UDF), Marc-Philippe Daubresse (ex-UDF), Marie-Hélène des Esgaulx, Michèle Tabarot, Hervé Mariton and Franck Riester.

Parliamentarians which co-signed the motion included: Nicole Ameline, Christophe Béchu, Dominique Bussereau, Yves Censi, Raymond Couderc, Olivier Dassault, Dominique Dord, Jean-Claude Gaudin, Claude Goasguen, Jean-Pierre Gorges, Sébastien Huyghe, Jean-François Lamour, Gérard Longuet, Jean-Luc Moudenc, Henri de Raincourt, Valérie Rosso-Debord and Lionel Tardy. Parliaments could co-sign more than one motion.


External links

This page was last edited on 9 June 2020, at 22:30
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