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Party of Order

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Party of Order

Parti de l'Ordre
LeadersAdolphe Thiers
Odillon Barrot
François Guizot
Alexis de Tocqueville
Founded1848; 173 years ago (1848)
Dissolved1852; 169 years ago (1852)
Merger ofMovement Party
Resistance Party
Other Legitimists
Headquarters12, rue de Poitiers, Paris
IdeologyClassical liberalism
Conservatism
Internal factions:
 • Legitimism
 • Orléanism
 • Republicanism
Political positionRight-wing
Colours  Blue   White
Slogan"Order, Property, Religion"

The Rue de Poitiers Committee (French: Comité de la rue de Poitiers), best known as Party of Order (French: Parti de l'Ordre), was a political group formed by monarchists and conservatives in the French Parliament during the French Second Republic. It included monarchist members from both the Orléanist and Legitimist factions and also some republicans who admired the United States model of government.

After the 1848 elections to the French Parliament, the Party of Order was the second-largest group of deputies after the Moderate Republicans, with 250 of the 900 seats in the French Parliament. Prominent members included Adolphe Thiers, François Guizot and Alexis de Tocqueville. The party won an absolute majority in the 1849 general election[1] and were opposed to the presidency of Louis-Napoléon Bonaparte, although he included members of the party in his administration in order to court the political centre-right. After the coup d'état in December 1851, the party dissolved and its members were exiled.[2]

The party enjoyed widespread support in the north of France in the 1849 elections, the departments of Finistère, Côtes-du Nord, Manche, Calvados, Eure, Somme and Aisne as well as Deux-Sèvres, Vienne, Vaucluse and Haute-Garonne returned exclusively Party of Order members to the French Parliament. Support was lower in the east of the country.

Electoral results

National Assembly
Election year No. of
overall votes
% of
overall vote
No. of
overall seats won
+/– Leader
1848 1,802,125 (2d) 22.7
200 / 880
New
Victor Hugo
1849 3,310,000 (1st) 50.2
450 / 705
Increase 250
Alexis de Tocqueville

See also

References

  1. ^ André Petitat (1999). PRODUCTION DE L'ECOLE PRODUCTION DE LA SOCIETE. Librairie Droz. p. 244. ISBN 978-2-600-00346-9. Retrieved 14 August 2012.
  2. ^ Crime, History & Societies. Librairie Droz. p. 74. ISBN 978-2-600-00477-0. Retrieved 14 August 2012.

Sources

  • Atlas Historique (1968). Stock: Paris.
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