The Popular Republican Movement (Mouvement Républicain Populaire or MRP) was a Christian democratic political party in France during the Fourth Republic. Its leaders included Georges Bidault, Robert Schuman, Paul Coste-Floret, Pierre-Henri Teitgen and Pierre Pflimlin.
Read more about Popular Republican Movement: Origins of French Christian Democracy, Foundation and Height of The MRP, A Gradual Decline, Faced With The Gaullist Hegemony, Presidents, Members, Electoral Results
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