Parti Français du Disparu
Logo of the Parti Français du Disparu
Founded15 March 2009
Dissolved3 April 2012
IdeologyLeft-wing nationalism
Political positionCentre-left
LeaderGilles Duceppe
HeadquartersMontréal, Disparu
Official colors      Blue
Seats in the
- Commons
- Senate
- Executive Council

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The Parti Français du Disparu (PFD, English: French Party of Disparu) was a political party in Disparu. It was founded and led by Gilles Duceppe, who had also been the leader of the Bloc Québécois, a former Canadian political party.

Prior to the fall of Disparu, the PFD won a large amount of votes during the 2010 elections (the first and only elections it ran in), and held 70 seats in the Commons, 25 seats in the Senate and one seat in the Executive Council.

After the fall, the party attempted to gain popular support for the foundation of a new Québécois state. Although initially successful, the party's initiative began to lose support after Duceppe's retirement from politics; furthermore, their initiative lacked support from interim government officials. It eventually disbanded itself; today, its former members can be found throughout the political spectrum.


The following was the party's selections for government positions prior to their disbandment. Positions marked in bold indicate people who held their respective designated positions.

  • Leader: Gilles Duceppe
  • Speaker of the Senate: Ophelia Jardine
  • Speaker of the Commons: Courtland Lachapelle


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