Democratic Rally (France)

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Template:Infobox political party Template:Politics of France Democratic Rally (Template:Lang-fr, RD) is a monarchist political group established in France in 2004. It aims at converging all those who are attached to the conceptions of modern monarchy and remain faithful to the Capetian dynasty. The movement is led by souverainist Philippe Cartellier. The RD groups moderate left, centrist and Gaullist monarchists. Calling itself a democratic royalist current (royalist democracy), it has aligned itself with the National Movement led by former Bulgarian monarch Simeon II of Bulgaria.

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