The National Front (Gaullica)

National Front
Gaullican nameFront national
AbbreviationFN
LeaderAlfred Boulanger
Deputy LeaderRoland Barras
Founded13 July 1969
Headquarters34-36 rue des Etruriennes, 99000, Verlois
NewspaperLe citoyen
Youth wingGénération patriotique
MembershipIncrease 43,906
IdeologyGaullican nationalism
National conservatism
Souverainism
Economic nationalism
Soft eucloskepticism
Political positionRight-wing to far-right
ReligionSolarian Catholic
Euclean ParliamentMovement for a New Democratic Euclea
ColorsTeal     
Slogan"Rècupèrer notre avenir"
"Reclaiming our future"
Première Chambre
24 / 631
Deuxième Chambre
5 / 51
Euclean Parliament
31 / 193

The National Front (Gaullican: Front national), also known as The Front (Gaullican: Le front), is a right-wing, nationalist political party in Gaullica. Some political commentators place the party on the far-right of Gaullican politics, but in recent years it has moderated its policies and become more difficult to define. Its major policies include opposition to Gaullican membership in the EC, the Euclozone and opposition to the EC's Freedom of movement. The FN's opposition to the EC has fluctuated over the decades, with calls for a full-scale exit, to the current policy of seeking reform and pushing back on EC regulations over Gaullica. The party also supports greater government intervention in the economy, protectionism, a zero tolerance approach to law and order, and significant cuts to legal immigration, especially from former Gaullican colonies.

Formed in 1969 following XXX,

In 2016, Alfred Boulanger was elected leader of the FN, defeating Roland Barras, who subsequently was appointed deputy leader. Under Boulanger's leadership, the party has sought to moderate its more controversial policies and rhetoric. It has seen numerous crackdowns on cases of racism, Irfanophobia and homophobia, seeking to be a "human and respectable voice for the patriotic Gaullican." In 2017, Boulanger succeeded in removing the party's policy of seeking to ban civil partnerships between same-sex couples. The party saw improved success in the late 2010s, coming to serve as a junior party in the centre-right coalition government of Hugo-Noël Devereaux between 2018-19.