Le Parti de la France (PDF) est un parti politique français nationaliste, fondé en 2009 par Carl Lang et plusieurs autres anciens membres du Front national.Le PDF se propose de « préparer l'avenir en reconstruisant le courant national ».↑ « Carl Lang lance son mouvement, le Parti de la France », AFP, 23 février 2009

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  • Le Parti de la France (PDF) est un parti politique français nationaliste, fondé en 2009 par Carl Lang et plusieurs autres anciens membres du Front national.Le PDF se propose de « préparer l'avenir en reconstruisant le courant national ».
  • El Parti de la France (en català, Partit de França) és un partit polític francès d'extrema dreta, conservador i nacionalista francès fundat l'any 2009 per Carl Lang i alguns antics membres del Front Nacional. Precisament l'ex-vicepresident del Front Nacional, Jean-Claude Martinez, és el cap de llista del Parti de la France per a les eleccions al Consell Regional de Llenguadoc-Rosselló de 2010.
  • Il Partito della Francia (PDF) è un partito politico francese fondato da Carl Lang e da altri ex membri del Fronte Nazionale il 23 febbraio 2009. Il PDF si propone di "preparare l'avvenire e di ricostruire la corrente nazionale".Essendosi formato da un insieme di singoli membri del FN al momento della preparazione delle elezioni europee del 2009 in Francia, il Partito della Francia riunisce sin dalla sua creazione diversi nomi di vecchi dirigenti del Fronte Nazionale, come Martine Lehideux, Bernard Antony, Martial Bild, Fernand Le Rachinel. Il partito ha presentato delle liste alle elezioni europee senza affrontare direttamente né Jean-Marie Le Pen né Bruno Gollnisch.Il partito rivendica di essere la "destra nazionale, sociale ed identitaria", e mira a riunire intorno al suo leader tutti i nazionalisti ostili a Le Pen e all'attuale orientamento del FN. Insieme a Jean-Claude Martinez, che non ha aderito al PDF, queste personalità sono state candidate alle europee del 2009.Al debutto del 2009, il partito contava diverse decine di vecchi eletti locali del FN (consiglieri regionali e municipali), principalmente nelle regioni Nord-Passo di Calais, Piccardia, Bassa Normandia, Île-de-France e Centro, oltre che due deputati europei.La creazione del PDF è stata caldeggiata da altri enti in rottura con il Fronte Nazionale, come la Nuova Destra Popolare ed il MNR.
  • The Party of France (French: Parti de la France, PDF) is a conservative political party in France. The PDF was founded on February 23, 2009 by National Front MEP Carl Lang. Carl Lang was known for his opposition to Marine Le Pen's possible candidacy to the leadership of the FN upon retirement of its long-time leader, Jean-Marie Le Pen. This came in the midst of the early campaign for the 2009 European elections: Carl Lang, elected for the FN in the North-West constituency ran for re-election under the PDF banner, against the FN list led by Marine Le Pen. The PDF supported Jean Verdon in the Massif Central-Centre and the incumbent MEP Jean-Claude Martinez in the South-West constituency. The party ran no lists against Jean-Marie Le Pen and Bruno Gollnisch.The PDF was joined by a number of high-ranking FN elected officials and members, including Fernand Le Rachinel and Bernard Antony. After defections from the FN, it has regional councillors in the Nord-Pas-de-Calais, Picardy, Lower Normandy, Ile-de-France and Centre regions.In the 2009 European elections, all list supported by the PDF were defeated, with 1.88% in the Massif Central, 1.52% in the North-West and 0.92% in the South-West. Carl Lang, Fernand Le Rachinel and Jean-Claude Martinez were defeated. In November 2009, Carl Lang announced that he would be candidate in the 2010 regional elections in Upper Normandy. In addition, the party announced that it would run in at least eight regions.
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  • Le Parti de la France (PDF) est un parti politique français nationaliste, fondé en 2009 par Carl Lang et plusieurs autres anciens membres du Front national.Le PDF se propose de « préparer l'avenir en reconstruisant le courant national ».↑ « Carl Lang lance son mouvement, le Parti de la France », AFP, 23 février 2009
  • El Parti de la France (en català, Partit de França) és un partit polític francès d'extrema dreta, conservador i nacionalista francès fundat l'any 2009 per Carl Lang i alguns antics membres del Front Nacional. Precisament l'ex-vicepresident del Front Nacional, Jean-Claude Martinez, és el cap de llista del Parti de la France per a les eleccions al Consell Regional de Llenguadoc-Rosselló de 2010.
  • Il Partito della Francia (PDF) è un partito politico francese fondato da Carl Lang e da altri ex membri del Fronte Nazionale il 23 febbraio 2009.
  • The Party of France (French: Parti de la France, PDF) is a conservative political party in France. The PDF was founded on February 23, 2009 by National Front MEP Carl Lang. Carl Lang was known for his opposition to Marine Le Pen's possible candidacy to the leadership of the FN upon retirement of its long-time leader, Jean-Marie Le Pen.
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