Independents of Popular Action

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The Independents of Popular Action (French: Indépendants d'action populaire, IAP) was a French parliamentary group in the 16th Chamber of Deputies of France during the French Third Republic between 1936 and 1940. The IAP was a centrist and Christian democratic group composed of the Christian democratic Alsatian Popular Republican Union and its Lorrain counterpart, the Lorrain Republican Union.

The IAP was preceded by the Republicans of the Centre parliamentary group in the 15th legislature.

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