National Centre of Social Republicans

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National Centre of Social Republicans
Centre national des républicains sociaux
Founded 1954
Dissolved 1958
Preceded by Rally of the French People
Succeeded by Union for the New Republic
Headquarters Paris, France
Ideology French nationalism
Gaullism,
Conservatism,
Republicanism
Political position Right-wing
Party flag
Flag of Free France (1940-1944).svg


The National Centre of Social Republicans (Centre national des républicains sociaux, CNRS) was a French Gaullist political party founded in 1954. Its president was Jacques Chaban-Delmas. It ceased to exist in 1958.

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