Ralliement Créditiste Du Québec

The Ralliement créditiste du Québec was a provincial political party in Quebec, Canada that operated from 1970 to 1978. (The party was also known as the Parti créditiste from September to December 1973, contesting the 1973 provincial election under that name.) It promoted social credit theories of monetary reform, and acted as an outlet for the expression of rural discontent. It was a successor to an earlier social credit party in Quebec, the Union des électeurs which ran candidates in the 1940s.

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