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16 Juillet 2014, 19:32pm

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http://www.worldstatesmen.org/Wallis_Futuna.html

En voici une traduction partielle :

Iles de Wallis et Futuna

26 Avril 1616 : Futuna est découverte par Schouten et
Le Maire, appelée ile d' Hoorn.
16 Août 1767 `Uvea est découverte par le navigateur anglais Samuel Wallis,
4 Novembre 1842 Wallis declaré protectorat français par le Roi et le Capitaine Mallet du bateau l'Embuscade, mais celà n'est pas reconnu par la France.
5 Avril 1887 `Uvea (Wallis) devient un protectorat français
27 Novembre 1887 Rattachée administrativement à la Nouvelle-calédonie
5 Mars 1888 `Uvea et Futuna protectorat officiel ensemble.
10 Juin 1909 Abrogation du décret du 27 Nov 1887

Le résident demeure, subordonné au gouverneur de Nouvelle-calédonie qui est haut commissaire dans l'océan pacifique.
1924 Colonie des Iles de Wallis et Futuna
16 Juin 1940 - 12 Mai 1942 Administration loyale à Vichy France, puis à la France libre.
29 Juillet 1961 `Wallis et Futuna deviennent Territoires d'outre-mer.
28 Mar 2003 Collectivité d'outre-mer

Vous pouvez trouver le reste en anglais ci-dessous :

Uvea (Wallis)

c.1400 `fondation du royaume d'uvea
1820 Dynastie takumasiva.
5 Apr 1887 `Uvea (Wallis) becomes a French protectorate.
27 Nov 1887 Administratively attached to New Caledonia.
30 Jul 1961 `Uvea (Wallis), together with Futuna, becomes the French
Overseas Territory of the Wallis and Futuna Islands;
royalty continues.

Rulers (title Tui `Uvea or Hau, translated by the French as king/queen;
from 1858 also styled Lavelua¹)
.... - .... Munigoto
.... - 1726 Atuvaha
1726 - 1756 Fanalua
1756 - 17.. Vaivaikava
17.. - 17.. Finekata
1767 - 1810 Manuka
1810 - 1818 Tufele I
1818 - 1819 Kulitea
1819 - 1820 Lavekava
1820 Hiva (d. 1820)
1820 - 1825 Muliakaaka
1825 Uhila "moafa"
1825 Toifale (f)
1825 - 1826 Mulitoto
1826 - 1829 Soane-Patita Vaimua Lavelua I (d. 1858)
(1st time)
1829 - 1830 Takala
1830 - 1858 Soane-Patita Vaimua Lavelua I (s.a.)
(2nd time)
1858 - 19 Feb 1869 Falakika Seilala (f) (d. 1869)
Feb 1869 - 10 Mar 1895 Amelia Tokagahahau Aliki (f) (d. 1895)
11 Mar 1895 - 16 Jan 1904 Vito Lavelua II (b. 18.. - d. 1904)
11 Mar 1895 - 12 Mar 1895 Isaake (in rebellion)
Aug 1904 - 7 Sep 1906 Lusiano Aisake (b. 18.. - d. 1906)
1906 - 1 Apr 1910 Sosefo Mautâmakia I "Tokita" (b. 1853? - d. 1933)
(1st time)
(recognized by the resident until 19 May 1910)
22 Mar 1910 - 30 Nov 1916 Soane-Patita Lavuia (d. 1916)
1916 - 1918 Sosefo Mautâmakia II (b. 186. - d. 1928)
1918 - 2 Nov 1924 Vitolo Kulihaapai
3 Nov 1924 - 9 Dec 1928 Tomasi Kulimoetoke I (d. 1928)
21 Dec 1928 - 26 Jul 1931 Mikaele Tufele II (1st time) (b. 18.. - d. 1933)
27 Jul 1931 - 10 Mar 1933 Sosefo Mautâmakia I "Tokita" (s.a.)
(2nd time)
13 Mar 1933 - 23 May 1933 Petelo Kahofuna
(not recognized by the governor of New Caledonia)
25 May 1933 - 30 Nov 1933 Mikaele Tufele II (2nd time) (s.a.)
30 Nov 1933 - 16 Mar 1941 Council of Ministers
16 Mar 1941 - 29 Mar 1947 Leone Manikitoga
9 May 1947 - 10 Apr 1950 Pelenato Fuluhea (d. 1970)
25 Apr 1950 - 17 Nov 1953 Kapeliele Tufele III "Setu"
17 Nov 1953 - 18 Dec 1953 Council of Ministers
18 Dec 1953 - 19 Dec 1953 Soane Toke
22 Dec 1953 - 12 Sep 1958 Aloisia (f) (d. 1972)
12 Sep 1958 - 12 Mar 1959 Council of Ministers
12 Mar 1959 - 7 May 2007 Tomasi Kulimoetoke II (b. 1918 - d. 2007)
7 May 2007 - 25 Jul 2008 Vacant
25 Jul 2008 - Kapeliele Faupala (b. 1940?)

Prime ministers (title kivalu, unless indicated mukoi)
c.1837 Honorio
1902 - 190. Natesito
190. - 1908 ....
19.. - 1917 ....
19.. - 1 Nov 1924 ....
Nov 1924 - 19 Jan 1927 ....
21 Jan 1927 - 26 Jul 1931 Epifano
27 Jul 1931 - 23 May 1933 Sele/Selevesio
23 May 1933 - Nov 1936 Stephano (mukoi)
1936 - 193. .... (mukoi)
193. - 11 Nov 1940 Atalo Vehikite
11 Nov 1940 - 16 Mar 1941 Leone Manikitoga
16 Mar 1941 - Jan 1944 ....
Jan 1944 - Apr 1947 ....
Apr 1947 - 11 Dec 1953 ....
11 Dec 1953 - 16 Oct 1957 Tomasi Kulimoetoke (s.a.)
17 Oct 1957 - 10 Mar 1959 Soane Foloka
11 Mar 1959 - 31 Mar 1992 Paino Tu'ugahala (b. 1915 - d. 1992)
9 Apr 1992 - 7 Aug 1993 Patelise Alikiagalelei
8 Aug 1993 - 11 Nov 1996 Vitolio Vaivaikava (b. 19.. - d. 2002)
12 Nov 1996 - 16 Nov 1998 Setefano Hanisi (1st time) (b. 1960)
17 Nov 1998 - 14 Apr 1999 Mikaele "Mika" Hoatau (b. 1939)
6 May 1999 - 22 Dec 2000 Atelemo Taofifenua (b. 1927 - d. 2005)
23 Dec 2000 - 19 Jan 2003 Tisimasi Heofala (b. 1953?)
20 Jan 2003 - 1 Mar 2004 Kamaliele "Maie" Muliloto
2 Mar 2004 - 25 Jul 2008 Kapeliele Faupala (s.a.)
15 Jun 2005 - 20.. Clovis Logologofolau (b. 1945)
(in opposition, recognized by the administrator-superior
from late Jul to 26 Sep 2005; continues in exile in Nouméa,
New Caledonia, from late Sep 2005)
2008 - 19 Jun 2009 Emeni Leulagi
19 Jun 2009 - 12 Oct 2011 Tomasi Manuhaapai
12 Oct 2011 - 19 Jan 2014 Setefano Hanisi (2nd time) (s.a.)
19 Jan 2014 - Akusitino Manakofaiva

¹Every king or queen of Wallis took this title at the day of his election since 1858 when Falakika Seilala adopted the name of her predecessor and brother.

16 Feb 1888 The two Futuna kingdoms - Tu`a (also styled Alo) and Sigave
- become French protectorates.
30 Jul 1961 Futuna, together with `Uvea (Wallis), becomes the French
overseas territory of the Wallis and Futuna Islands;
royalty continues.

Sous-Préfets (Sub-Prefects) of Futuna
11 Nov 2006 - 2009 Patrick Hérole
Nov 2009 - Feb 2013 Thierry Dousset
Délégué du Préfet (Delegate of Prefect) of Futuna
11 Mar 2013 - Dominique Fossat

Tu`a (Alo)

c.1565 Tu`a (Alo) kingdom founded.
c.1800 Lalolalo dynasty founded.

Rulers (title Fakavelikele)
.... - .... Fakavelikele
.... - .... Pili
.... - .... Mala'evaoa
.... - .... Nimo o le Tano'a
1756 - 1784 ....
1784 - 1839? Fonati
Rulers (title Tu`i Agaifo)
c.1805 - c.1822 Veliteki
1837? - 1839? Fonati
1839? - 1841 Niuliki (d. 1841)
1841 - 1844 Musumusu -Regent (d. 1846)
1844 - 1862 Filipo Meitala (b. 1826 - d. 1862)
1862 - c.1880 Alia Segi
1887? - .... Soane Malia Musulamu
Dec 1907 - 19.. Eusevio
1914 Patolomeo
1917 Savelio Meitala
1928 - 1929 Soane Malia Lemu Pipisega
1929 - 1932 Soane Moefana
19.. - 19.. Tuiseka
19.. - 19.. Usanio Pipisega
19.. - 19.. Paloto Aika
19.. - 19.. Savelio Meitala
19.. - 19.. Kamilo Katea
19.. - 19.. Maleselino Maituku
19.. - 19.. Kolio Maituku
19.. - 19.. Papilio Tala'e
19.. - 19.. Lelipo Pipisega
19.. - 19.. Alesio Feta'u
19.. - 19.. Petelo Savo Meitala
19.. - 19.. Soane Va Pipisega
19.. - 19.. Petelo Tala'e
19.. - 19.. Vito Tuiseka
19.. - 19.. Silisio Katea
1951 - 1954 Lolesio Faletuulo
1954 - 27 Dec 1958 Petelo Maituku (1st time)
29 Dec 1958 - 8 Feb 1960 Setefano Tuikalepa
9 Feb 1960 - 9 Dec 1961 Kamaliele Moefana
28 Dec 1961 - 8 Sep 1962 Pio Tagatamanogi
15 Sep 1962 - 1965 Mikaele Fanene
1965 - 1966 Paino Iva
1966 - 30 May 1970 Seteone Pipisega
1 Jun 1970 - 1 May 1973 Petelo Maituku (2nd time)
10 May 1973 - 17 Apr 1974 Mikaele Katea
20 Apr 1974 - 28 Dec 1976 Patita Savea
11 Jan 1977 - 17 Jul 1978 Kalepo Nau
15 Mar 1979 - 29 Oct 1984 Nopeleto Tuikalepa
20 Nov 1984 - 24 Feb 1990 Petelo Lemo (d. 1990)
24 Feb 1990 - 1 Feb 1995 Lomano Musulamu
6 Apr 1995 - 9 Jul 1997 Esipio Takasi
10 Jul 1997 - Oct 2002 Sagato Alofi (b. 1936)
21 Nov 2002 - 19 Feb 2008 Soane Patita Maituku (b. 1947?)
6 Nov 2008 - 22 Jan 2010 Petelo Vikena (b. 1943?)
22 Jan 2010 - 17 Jan 2014 Vacant
17 Jan 2014 - Petelo Sea (b. 1943?)

Prime ministers (title Tiafoi)
.... - 1 Jun 1973 Petelo Lemo
1 Jun 1973 - .... Maleko Falematagia
.... - 16 Aug 1983 Alefosio Vaitanaki
1 Sep 1983 - .... Visesio Pagatele
c.2002 Sosefo Tuiseka
c.2006 Lukano Mataele
2008? - Atonio Tuiseka

1784 Sigave kingdom founded.
10 Aug 1839 - 1841 Occupied by Tu`a (Alo).

Rulers (called Sau, translated by the French as king¹)
1784 - .... Tuikamea
.... - .... Inosiopogoi
(or Tuifale 17.. - 1800)
.... - 1800 Latuka
(or Folituu 1800 - 1810)
1800 - 10 Aug 1839 Vanae (d. 1839)
10 Aug 1839 - 1841 occupied by Tu`a (Alo)
1842 - 1851 Petelo Keletaona (d. 1867)
1851 - c.1876 Alefosio/Fasio Tamole Vai
1887? Anise Tamole
1889? Lutotio
18.. - 1896 ....
.... - .... Mateo Tamole
1897 - .... Toviko Keletaona (1st time)
1905 - 1908 Savelio Keletaona
1908 - .... Tamasi Tamole
1911 - c.1913 Toviko Keletaona (2nd time)
.... - .... Sui Tamole (1st time) (d. 1941)
1917 - 1929 Likaleto Falemaa
1929 - 1932 Keletaona Keletaona
1932 - 19.. Fololiano Sui Tamole
19.. - 13 Mar 1941 Sui Tamole (2nd time) (s.a.)
Mar 1941 - 29 Sep 1949 Amole Keletaona (d. 1949)
1949 - 1952 Soane Vanai
1952 - 27 Jun 1955 Pio Keletaona
1955 (11 days) Sileno Tamole
11 Jul 1955 - 18 Jan 1957 Sakopo Tamole "Pausu"
27 Jan 1957 - 4 Aug 1959 Setefano Lavelua
29 Sep 1959 - 7 Apr 1969 Sileno Tamole "Veu" (d. 1969)
31 Jul 1969 - 24 May 1971 Alefosio Keletaona "Vasa"
1 Jun 1971 - 30 Sep 1972 Ilalio Amosala (d. 1973)
1 Dec 1972 - 1982 Nasalio Keletaona
4 Aug 1982 - 1 Apr 1987 Sagato Keletaona
1 Apr 1987 - 5 Apr 1990 Sosefo Vanai
10 May 1990 - 26 Oct 1994 Lafaele Malau (d. 1999)
26 Oct 1994 - 1997 Soane Patita Sokotaua
26 Sep 1997 - 26 Sep 2003 Pasilio Keletaona (b. 1939?)
10 Mar 2004 - 2009 Visesio Moeliku
2009 - 3 Jul 2010 Vacant
3 Jul 2010 - Polikalepo Kolivai (b. 1939?)

Prime ministers (title Kaifakaulu)
.... - 1971 Sosefo Fulilagi (d. 1971)
1 Jun 1971 - 197. Paulo Kuilagi
197. - 1 Sep 1975 Filipo Taufanoa (1st time)
22 Sep 1975 - .... Soane Fakailo
.... - 1 May 1987 Filipo Taufanoa (2nd time)
1 May 1987 - 31 Dec 1989 Mikaele Keletaona
1 Jan 1990 - 199. Aloisio Saliga
1999? - 2002? Ateliano Keletaona
2006? - Lusiano Soko

¹The title of the rulers depends on the family in which they are chosen; they will thus carry the title of Tamolevai, Keletaona, or Tu`i Sigave. Incumbent Visesio Moeliku holds the title of Tu`i Sigave.


Wallis and Futuna


French Representative (chargé de mission)
7 Apr 1887 - 26 Jun 1888 Antoine Marius Chauvot (b. 1841 - d. 19..)
Residents
7 Apr 1887 - 1 Mar 1892 Antoine Marius Chauvot (s.a.)
1 Mar 1892 - 6 Feb 1893 Henri Valentin, comte Dodun de (b. 1837 - d. 1899)
Kéroman (1st time)
6 Feb 1893 - 1895 Valsi
1895 Henri Valentin, comte Dodun de (s.a.)
Kéroman (2nd time)
16 Feb 1896 - 1897 Henri Dominique Lefebvre de (b. 1864 - d. 19..)
Sainte-Marie
20 Oct 1897 - 27 May 1898 Jacques Émile Proche (b. 1862 - d. 1910)
27 May 1898 - 1902 Étienne Joseph Ponge
20 Nov 1902 - Apr 1904 Jean Marie Édouard Chaffaud (b. 1862 - d. 19..)
1 Dec 1905 - 31 Aug 1909 Maxime Viala (b. 1875 - d. 1959)
31 Aug 1909 - 1 Dec 1910 Victor Jean Brochard (1st time) (b. 1876 - d. 19..)
31 Mar 1911 - 26 Mar 1912 Louis Bouge (interim) (b. 1878 - d. 1960)
Apr 1912 - Jan 1914 Victor Jean Brochard (2nd time) (s.a.)
Jan 1914 Jacques Joubert (interim)
20 Jan 1914 - Jun 1916 Édouard Victor Magnien (b. 1873 - d. 19..)
20 Jan 1914 - Mar 1914 Georges Mallet (acting for Magnien)
Jun 1916 - Dec 1921 Georges Mallet
29 Dec 1921 - 22 Aug 1924 Gaston Marius Bécu (b. 18.. - d. 1945)
(interim to 15 Apr 1922)
12 Nov 1924 - 29 Mar 1928 Georges Charles Paul Barbier (b. 1890 - d. 1956)
25 May 1928 - 25 May 1931 Jean Marchat (b. 1897 - d. 1949)
27 May 1931 - 7 Jun 1933 Georges Jean Louis Renaud
7 Jun 1933 - 16 Sep 1933 Alexis Bernast (interim) (b. 1895 - d. 1978)
16 Sep 1933 - 4 Feb 1938 Joseph Jean David
4 Feb 1938 - 4 Jul 1940 Eugène Auguste Lamy
4 Jul 1940 - 31 May 1942 Léon Émile Marie Prosper Jacques (b. 1904 - d. ....)
Vrignaud
(subordinated himself to Jean Decoux, Vichy
governor-general of French Indochina, from Sep 1940
instead of the Free French governor of New Caledonia)
1 Jun 1942 - 7 Dec 1944 Jean-Baptiste Mattei (b. 1898 - d. 1980)
7 Dec 1944 - 21 Oct 1946 Robert Maxime Charbonnier
22 Oct 1946 - 26 Jan 1947 Pierre Robert Jean Marie Fargis
27 Jan 1947 - 31 Dec 1948 Marcel Alexandre Étienne Chomet
1 Jan 1949 - 25 Sep 1951 Michel Cresson
26 Sep 1951 - 11 Jul 1953 Jean-Flavien Folie, dit Desjardins
12 Jul 1953 - 24 Jan 1955 Charles Claude Séraphin André (b. 1920 – d. 2002)
24 Jan 1955 - 4 Nov 1956 Bernard François Joseph Heintz (b. 1915)
4 Nov 1956 - 2 Aug 1958 Maurice Antoine Rougetet (b. 1893 - d. 19..)
3 Aug 1958 - 9 Jul 1961 Pierre Fauché (b. 1913 - d. 1996)
10 Jul 1961 - 7 Oct 1961 Jacques Emmanuel Victor Herry (b. 1922 - d. 2010)
(interim)
Administrators-superior
7 Oct 1961 - 21 Mar 1962 Jean Léon Périé (b. 1912 - d. 1997)
21 Mar 1962 - 13 Aug 1962 Jacques Emmanuel Victor Herry (s.a.)
(interim)
13 Aug 1962 - 28 Jan 1964 Jean Marie Pierre Bertrand (b. 1921 - d. 2005)
11 Mar 1964 - 20 Apr 1966 André Pierre François Duc-Dufayard (b. 1908 - d. 1987)
20 Apr 1966 - 19 Jul 1968 Fernand Lamodière (b. 1919 - d. 2000)
(acting to 26 Jul 1966)
30 Jul 1968 - 25 Mar 1971 Jacques Frédéric Gabriel Bach (b. 1927 - d. ....)
25 Mar 1971 - 26 Aug 1972 Guy Robert Boileau (b. 1925 - d. 1992)
19 Oct 1972 - 25 Nov 1974 Jacques Ferrante de Agostini (b. 1929)
22 Mar 1975 - 29 Oct 1976 Yves Robert Émile Louis Arbellot- (b. 1926 - d. ....)
Repaire
6 Nov 1976 - 2 May 1979 Henri Charles Beaux (b. 1922)
11 Jul 1979 - 24 Dec 1980 Pierre Jean Marc Isaac (b. 1927 - d. 2012)
31 Dec 1980 - 17 Dec 1983 Robert Gilbert Georges Thil (b. 1924 - d. 2012)
25 Jan 1984 - 11 Apr 1985 Michel Kuhnmunch
3 Dec 1985 - 17 Apr 1986 Bernard Lesterlin (b. 1949)
15 Jul 1986 - 13 Sep 1987 Jacques Le Hénaff (b. 1932)
17 Nov 1987 - 1 Sep 1988 Gérard Lambotte (b. 1936)
6 Sep 1988 - 30 Aug 1990 Roger Dumec (b. 1930)
25 Oct 1990 - 5 Feb 1993 Robert Pommies (b. 1941)
15 Mar 1993 - 26 Jul 1994 Philippe Legrix (b. 1938)
7 Aug 1994 - 20 Feb 1996 Léon Alexandre Legrand (b. 1933)
27 Feb 1996 - 19 Nov 1998 Claude Pierret (b. 1939)
23 Nov 1998 - 25 May 2000 Christian Dors (b. 1954)
26 Jul 2000 - 3 Sep 2002 Alain Waquet (b. 1949)
17 Sep 2002 - 18 Jan 2005 Christian Job (b. 1943)
18 Jan 2005 - Aug 2006 Xavier de Furst (b. 1948)
14 Aug 2006 - Aug 2008 Richard Didier (b. 1961)
8 Sep 2008 - 28 Jun 2010 Philippe Paolantoni (b. 1952)
12 Jul 2010 - 30 Mar 2013 Michel Jeanjean (b. 1951)
30 Mar 2013 - Michel Aubouin (b. 1956)

Presidents of the Territorial Assembly
1962 - 1967 Paino Tu'ugahala (b. 1915 - d. 1992)
1967 - 1972 Sosefo Makapé Papillo (b. 1928 - d. 1998) UDR
1972 - 1975 Mikaele Folaumahina (b. 1912 - d. 1993) UDR
1975 - 1977 Soane Patita Lakina (b. 1942?) RPR
1977 - 1978 Pasilio Tui (1st time) (b. 1942) RPR
1978 - 1984 Manuele Lisiahi (1st time) (b. 1934) RPR
1984 - 1986 Falakiko Gata (1st time) (b. 1946 - d. 2011) RPR;1985 UPL
Dec 1986 - Mar 1987 Petelo Takatai (b. 1939) RPR
Mar 1987 - Dec 1987 Keleto Lakalaka (1st time) (b. 1935 - d. 2012) RPR
Dec 1987 - 1988 Falakiko Gata (2nd time) (s.a.) UPL
1988 - 1989 Manuele Lisiahi (2nd time) (s.a.) RPR
1989 - 1990 Pasilio Tui (2nd time) (s.a.) RPR
1990 - Mar 1992 Clovis Logologofolau (b. 1945) RPR
Mar 1992 - Dec 1994 Soane Mani Uhila (1st time) (b. 1961) TL
Dec 1994 - 1996 Mikaele Tauhavili (b. 1952) RPR
1996 - 16 Mar 1997 Keleto Lakalaka (2nd time) (s.a.) RPR
16 Mar 1997 - 14 Jan 1999 Victor Brial (1st time) (b. 1966) RPR
14 Jan 1999 - Jan 2001 Soane Mani Uhila (2nd time) (s.a.) TL
Jan 2001 - 21 Feb 2005 Patalione Kanimoa (b. 1962) DD
21 Feb 2005 - 23 Nov 2005 Apeleto Likuvalu (b. 1943) AWF
23 Nov 2005 - 11 Apr 2007 Emeni Simete (b. 1958) UMP
11 Apr 2007 - 11 Dec 2007 Pesamino Taputai (1st time) (b. 1949) UMP-MoDem
11 Dec 2007 - Dec 2010 Victor Brial (2nd time) (s.a.) UMP
Dec 2010 - Nov/Dec 2011 Siliako Lauhea (b. 1950) UPWF
Nov/Dec 2011 - 4 Apr 2012 Pesamino Taputai (2nd time) (s.a.) NC
4 Apr 2012 - 28 Nov 2012 Vetelino Nau UPWF
28 Nov 2012 - 1 Apr 2013 Sosefo Suve TL
1 Apr 2013 - 11 Dec 2013 Nivaleta Iloai (f) UPWF
11 Dec 2013 - Petelo Hanisi DD/HtF

Note: The three traditional kings retain limited powers.

Party Abbreviations: AWF = Alliance pour Wallis et Futuna (Alliance for Wallis and Futuna); DD= Divers Droite (Various Right Parties, association of small rightist parties); LT = Lua Kae Tahi (center-right, Giscardians, local UDF); HtF = Haofaki tou Fenua/Bataille pour sauver le pays (Battle to Save the Country); LVWPF = La Voix des Peuples Wallisiens et Futuniens (The Voice of the People of Wallis and Futuna, affiliated to RPR, later UMP, est.2001); MoDem =Mouvement Démocrate (Democratic Movement, centrist, former UDF, est.2007); NC = Nouveau Centre (New Centre, centrist, est.2008); TL = Taumu'a Lelei (Bright Future, est.1992); UMP = Union pour un Mouvement Populaire (Union for a Popular Movement [to 17 Nov 2002: Union for the Presidential Majority], conservative, est. 23 Apr 2002 from RPR, DL and the main part of UDF);UPWF = Union Populaire pour Wallis et Futuna (Peoples' Union for Wallis and Futuna, affiliated with Socialist Party, est c.1994);
- Former parties: RPR = Rassemblement Pour la République (Rally for the Republic, Gaullist, conservative, 1976-2002 successor to UDR, merged into UMP); UDR = Union des Démocrates pour la Cinquième République (Union of Democrats for the 5th Republic, successor to UNR 1967-1976);UPL = Union Populaire Locale (Popular Union Local, conservative, est.1985)

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