Parti Unité Nationale
|Parti unité nationale|
|File:Logo of Parti Unité Nationale.png|
394 rue Saint-Joseph|
|Ideology||Christian democracy, Social conservatism, Quebec nationalism|
Politics of Quebec|
The Parti unité nationale (National Unity Party), formerly the Parti démocratie chrétienne du Québec (Christian Democracy Party of Quebec), is a social conservative political party in Quebec, Canada. It was founded in 2000 by Roman Catholics associated with the Centre d’Information nationale Robert Rumilly. The founding leader of the party was Gilles Noël.
Its program is a combination of Christian orthodoxy and Quebec nationalism. The party is concerned about the declining birth rate in Quebec, opposed to same-sex marriage and abortion, wants more support for families, and wider availability of Quebec-made consumer products.
On 29 June 2012 the Chief Electoral Officer of Quebec approved the name of the party to be changed to "Parti Unité Nationale". The current party logo resembles that of the Union Nationale, a historical right-wing party in Quebec which governed the province for 23 years during the 20th century.
- Gilles Noël (2000-2005)
- Michel Bélanger (2005-2006) interim
- Gilles Noël (2006-2007)
- Albert Malcom Tremblay (2007-unknown)
- Michel Bélanger (2010)
- Paul Biron (since 21 December 2010)
|General election||Candidates||Elected candidates||Popular vote|
- "Parti unité nationale". DGE. Retrieved 7 July 2012.
- Le Directeur général des élections du Québec (DGEQ)