Rassemblement bleu Marine

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Rassemblement bleu Marine
AbbreviationRBM
LeaderMarine Le Pen
FounderMarine Le Pen
Founded8 May 2012; 6 years ago (2012-05-08)
IdeologyConservatism
Souverainism
Hard Euroscepticism
Anti-globalism
French nationalism
Protectionism
Right-wing populism
Political positionRight-wing to far-right
European Parliament groupEurope of Nations and Freedom
ColorsBlue
Member partiesNational Rally (RN)
Patrie et citoyenneté (PeC)
Other minor right-wing parties (EXD)
National Assembly
8 / 577
Senate
2 / 348
European Parliament
23 / 74
Website
http://www.rbleumarine.fr/

Rassemblement bleu Marine (English: the Marine Blue Gathering, RBM) is a French political coalition of right-wing and far-right political parties created by Marine Le Pen in 2012 before the legislative elections. It originally consisted of the National Front, the Sovereignty, Independence and Liberties (SIEL) party of Paul-Marie Coûteaux, the party Republican Entente (ER) led by Jacques Peyrat, the Republican Gathering (RR) of Jean-Yves Narquin, Patrie et citoyenneté (the Fatherland and Citizenship party; PeC), and a few other small right-wing political parties and independent politicians. It also has the support of the minor Party of Innocence led by Renaud Camus, although they are not officially part of the coalition. SIEL left the coalition in 2016.

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