9 september 2022
VIA signs a political and electoral agreement with Reconquête!, Le Mouvement Conservateur and the CNIP in order to give concrete expression to their desire of bringing together the forces of the conservatives, who can only weigh when united.
On the occasion of the general elections, VIA presents about thirty candidates within the coalition formed around Reconquête! with Le Mouvement Conservateur and the Centre National des Indépendants et Paysans (CNIP).
5 december 2021
Jean-Frédéric Poisson withdraws his presidential candidacy and joins Eric Zemmour in his political council, as VIA mobilises for the campaign of the Reconquête!’s candidate.
2020 / 2021
Throughout the Covid 19 crisis, VIA engaged in militant actions and legal proceedings in the fight against the liberticidal provisions put in place by the Government: freedom of expression, freedom of opinion, freedom of religion, freedom of movement, freedom to prescribe, etc… As VIA ran a referendum on freedom to reopen religious sites, the Council of state ruled in its favour(11 May 2020) as well as re-establishing self-testing (29 October 2021).
3 October 2020
Party’s name changes to VIA | la voie du peuple (VIA | people’s path) and election of Jean-Frédéric Poisson as president, modification of the statutes, installation of a new management team.
24 September 2020
Publication of Jean-Frédéric Poisson’s latest book « La Voix du Peuple » (The voice of the people) and launch of the quarterly review « Le Nouveau Conservateur » (The New Conservative), whose publishing director is Jean-Frédéric Poisson and editor is Paul-Marie Coûteaux.
16 July 2020
Christine Boutin is re-elected to the General Council of Yvelines, with 69.15% of the votes against the Front National (far-right party) candidate.
16 November 2013
10 July 2013
Christine Boutin announces her resignation as President of the Christian Democratic Party. Charles-Henri Jamin is appointed interim president by the political bureau.
10 June 2012
Jean-Frédéric Poisson is elected in the 10th constituency of Yvelines with 53.65%.
The former PCD logo was a variation of the former FRS logo and was therefore more than 10 years old. Here, the PCD initials are surrounded by four light and dark blue brackets. They symbolise fraternity, dynamism, and the coherence of Christian Democratic values. The new PCD logo and visual identity were deployed from this date.
13 February 2012
Christine Boutin and the PCD form an alliance with Nicolas Sarkozy for the presidential election. Christine Boutin withdraws her candidacy and joins the strategic committee of the outgoing president’s campaign.
« I have concluded an alliance with Nicolas Sarkozy, founded on ideas, to counter François Hollande’s project and make France win. The ethical and social right that the Christian Democratic Party represents will have its full place in the presidential campaign. We will present a hundred candidates for the legislative elections, in full agreement with the President. »
10 and 11 september 2011
The PCD organises its first summer university school in Lyon. Christine Boutin delivers one of the founding speeches of her campaign.
20 June 2011
Xavier Lemoine, mayor of Montfermeil, is one of the spokespersons of the campaign.
4 April 2011
The PCD presents around thirty candidates in the cantonal elections.
More than a third of the PCD candidates were selected for the second round, as 3 of them are elected in Yvelines.
20 June 2009
31 January 2009
Jean-Frédéric Poisson, vice president of the FRS and deputy of Yvelines, participates in the Joint Commission on the bill about the continuity of public services.
17 June 2007
Victory of Christine Boutin and her deputy Jean-Frédéric Poisson in the legislative elections in the 10th constituency of Yvelines: Christine Boutin achieves her best score for a general election with 58.37% of the votes cast.
Having chosen to remain at the Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs, Jean-Frédéric Poisson, her alternate, becomes deputy for the 10th constituency of Yvelines.
18 May 2007
9 October 2002
7 September 2002
23 April 2002
22 April 2002
21 April 2002
First round of the presidential election: Christine Boutin gets 1.2% of the votes, i.e., 340,000 voters.