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Yvan Blot

Yvan Blot (born 29 June 1948 in Saint-Mandé) is a French conservative political figure who has been a member of GRECE and the founder and president of the Club de l'Horloge.[1]

A former Gaullist parliamentarian (for Rally for the Republic), Blot also served as a leading civil servant under both Interior Minister Michel Poniatowski and Alain Devaquet.[2] He joined the Front National in 1989 and was elected to the European Parliament for them in the 1989 election.[3]

A prominent Eurosceptic he played a leading role in establishing a committee to support the Bruges Group in France.[4] He also played a leading role in FN policy making, joining other Club de l'Horloge alumni such as Bruno Mégret and Jean-Yves Le Gallou in driving the party away from corporatism and towards neo-liberal economics.[5] He has also written for Nation Europa magazine. He is now member of the UMP He has two websites :and is the founder of the association "Agir pour la démocratie directe" in Paris. The mission statement of this assopciation is to change the French constitution on the Swiss model.

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