Le Grutléen

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Le Grutléen
[clarification needed]
Type Weekly newspaper
Editor Paul Golay
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Founded 15 October 1909; 107 years ago (1909-10-15)
Political alignment Socialist
Language French
Ceased publication Yes
Headquarters Lausanne, Switzerland

Le Grutléen[clarification needed] was a Swiss socialist weekly newspaper published in the French language in Lausanne,[1] and linked to the Socialist Party of Vaud.

It was founded on 15 October 1909 under the influence of Paul Golay and Chaux-de-Fonnier Charles Naine,[2] with Golay serving as editor.[1]

On 1 May 1917, the Grütli Society broke away from the Swiss Socialist Party.[2] As a result, the newspaper was replaced by Le Droit du Peuple (English: The Right of the People).[3]

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