Régions et Peuples Solidaires

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Régions et Peuples Solidaires (English: Regions and Peoples with Solidarity) is a political federation of various regionalist parties (particularly of centre-left affiliation) in France. It was founded in 1995, in order to organise a coordinated fight against "Parisian centrism" and "Jacobin conception of peoples" on the French state level. Its president is Gustave Alirol, the chairman of Partit Occitan.

The federation has ties with the European Free Alliance. François Alfonsi of the Partitu di a Nazione Corsa was elected as an MEP in the 2009 European election (South-East) on the Europe Écologie list, and is a member of The Greens–European Free Alliance Group in the European Parliament.

Members of Fédération ("federated parties") are:

Former members:

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