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  • A candidate named R間ent Millette ran for the Ralliement national in the Liberal cabinet minister Paul G閞in-Lajoie.
  • He left that party in 1966 and was elected president of the Ralliement national, a pro-sovereignty party on August 21, 1966.
  • By 1968, the MSA came to an agreement with the Ralliement National to form the Parti Qu閎閏ois, deliberately excluding the RIN as an entity.
  • The MSA would merge with another party in the Quebec sovereignty movement, the Ralliement National of Gilles Gr間oire, to create the Parti Qu閎閏ois in 1968.
  • Lessard unsuccessfully ran as a Ralliement national candidate to the National Assembly of Quebec in the district of 1966, finishing third with 11 % of the vote.
  • Before entering electoral politics, Matte was a member of organizations that supported the independence of Quebec : the Ralliement national, the Mouvement Souverainet?Association, Alliance laurentienne.
  • In the 1966 Quebec general election, the Ralliement national and the Rassemblement pour l'ind閜endance nationale won about 8.8 % of the popular vote and no seats.
  • Unlike the Rassemblement pour l'ind閜endance nationale led by Pierre Bourgault, a left-wing party, the " Ralliement national " was more right of centre on the political spectrum.
  • The pro-independence " Rassemblement pour l'ind閜endance nationale " and " Ralliement national " obtained a combined total of just under 9 % of the popular vote ( but no seats ).
  • The MSA quickly began to move for a merger of all the independence movements in Quebec, which at the time were the Rassemblement pour l'ind閜endance nationale ( RIN ) and the Ralliement national ( RN ).
  • Bourgeault disbanded the party and invited its members to join the MSA one by one and the new " Ralliement national " in the newly founded " Parti Qu閎閏ois ", under L関esque's leadership.
  • The Ralliement national ( RN ), led by Gilles Gr間oire, and the Rassemblement pour l'ind閜endance nationale ( RIN ), led by Pierre Bourgault and Hubert Aquin, were founded in 1960 and quickly became political parties.
  • After a merger with the Ralliement national led by Gilles Gr間oire, the Sovereignty-Association Movement founded a new provincial political party, the Parti Qu閎閏ois, which placed Ren?L関esque's Sovereignty-Association idea at the heart of its program.
  • In 1968, Ren?L関esque's Mouvement souverainet?association joined forces with the Rassemblement pour l'ind閜endance nationale and the Ralliement national to create the Parti Qu閎閏ois; Quebec's provincial political party that has since espoused the province's sovereignty.
  • The " Ralliement national " was formed in 1966 following a merger between the "'Regroupement national "'( a dissident wing of Bourgault's RIN ) and a pro-independence group that broke away from the Ralliement des cr閐itistes in 1965.
  • When interviewed by the paper, Poulin held up a copy of his party's manifesto and said, " This was written in 1966 and I haven't had to change a word . " ( He was presumably referring to the Ralliement national's manifesto from that year's provincial election .)