Rassemblement pour l'action municipale

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The Rassemblement pour l'action municipale, also known as RAM, was a municipal political party in Trois-Rivières, Quebec, Canada. [1]

History and Performance[edit]

It ran candidates to the City Council in 1990 and 1994 and had very little success. Its main goal, permanently introducing party politics to the Trois-Rivières City Council, remains unachieved to this day.

Its only elected member was Councilmember André Lamy, who left the party one month after his election to sit as an Independent. The RAM did not run candidates in 1998 and no longer exists.


  1. ^ Source: François Roy, Director of Communications of the City of Trois-Rivières