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Right-wing populism |
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The Ralliement national (English: National Rally) is a far right wing party in Morieux. Led by Alain Boulanger, the party is the smallest party in the National Convention of Morieux, with 3 seats. The party was first formed in 2009 in protest to François René Tanguay's signing of the Jesselton Treaty and the creation of the Jesselton Pact. The party has traditionally been marginalized in Morivaine politics, winning only a few seats in Sétif-occidentale. However, since the Great Recession of 2014, the party has experienced a surge in membership.