Savoy Region Movement ( French: , Mouvement Région Savoie Franco-Provençal: ) is a French Movement Règion Savouè regionalist political party based in Savoy. [1 ]
The party supports the creation of a Savoyard
region composed of the departments of Savoie and Haute-Savoie. Both of these departments are part of the larger Rhône-Alpes region, an 'artificial' region built in 1972. It also supports Arpitan (or Franco-Provençal), the older language of this region.
The party is a member of the
and the Fédération Régions et Peuples Solidaires European Free Alliance, and it has had only one of its members elected to the regional council since 1992.
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National Front ( NI, 24)
Union for a Popular Movement ( EPP, 20)
Socialist Party ( S&D, 12)
Europe Écologie – The Greens 2 ( G–EFA, 6)
Democratic Movement ( ALDE, 4)
Union of Democrats and Independents ( ALDE, 3)
Radical Party of the Left 2 ( S&D, 1)
French Communist Party ( EUL–NGL, 1)
Left Front ( EUL–NGL, 1)
Left Party ( EUL–NGL, 1)
Communist Party of Réunion ( EUL–NGL, 1)
Notes: 1, 2, 3 and 4. Numbers denote party affiliations, 1 is for parties linked to the Union for a Popular Movement, 2 is for parties linked to the Socialist Party's Presidential majority.