| Conservative Party of Disparu|
Parti conservateur du Disparu
|Founded||8 May 2012|
|International Democrat Union|
|Seats in the|
- National Assembly
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The Conservative Party of Disparu (French: Parti conservateur du Disparu), commonly known as the Conservatives (French: Conservateurs), is a political party in Disparu. It is currently led by Ignace Mailloux, who currently serves as Opposition House Leader in the National Assembly.
It is a right-wing party, supporting the re-establishment of traditional Québécois symbols and values, and opposing the work of the Disparu Committee. It supports the establishment of a free market, less regulations on businesses, smaller government, less welfare programs and "increased morality" within Disparuean society. It also supports limiting immigration into Disparu, and increased support for programs designed to preserve traditional Québécois culture.
The far-right caucus of the party supports rolling back the progressive reforms instituted throughout Disparu's (and Quebec's) history, instead opting for more traditionalist policies. The more moderate majority, meanwhile, merely supports the status quo, but does not wish for further progressive policies.
The party currently holds 46 of the seats in the National Assembly. As it is the largest party outside of the coalition government, it is currently the Official Opposition.