Bloc Québécois

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Bloc Québécois
Leader Mario Beaulieu (interim)
President Mario Beaulieu
Founder Lucien Bouchard
Founded June 15, 1991 (1991-06-15)
Split from Progressive Conservative Party of Canada, Liberal Party of Canada
Headquarters 3750, Boulevard Crémazie Est Suite 502 Montreal, Quebec H2A 1B6
Youth wing Forum jeunesse du Bloc Québécois
Membership 19,000
Ideology Left-Wing Nationalism
Quebec sovereigntism
Quebec Nationalism
Social democracy
Regionalism
Souverainism
Environmentalism
Political position Center-left
Colors Light Blue
House of Commons
10 / 338
Senate
0 / 105

The Bloc Québécois is a federal political party based in Canada that mainly believes and advocates Quebec should secede from Canada, also known as Quebec Separatism. The party is considered to be center-left. The leader of the party is currently Mario Beaulieu, who is currently serving as temporary leader until a new one is picked. The party only has 10 seats in the House of Commons of Canada.

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