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  1. v t e Centre-right politics lean to the right of the political spectrum, but are closer to the centre. Parties of the centre-right generally support liberal democracy, capitalism, the market economy, private property rights, and a modest welfare state. They support conservatism and economic liberalism and oppose socialism and communism. [1]

  2. Carte mentale. Élargissez votre recherche dans Universalis. En politique, depuis la Révolution française, le mot « centre » désigne un courant qui se situe entre la droite et la gauche. Les « centristes » cherchent un compromis entre ces 2 tendances, ou bien ils appellent à dépasser l’idée même d’opposition entre droite et gauche.

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  4. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › CentrismCentrism - Wikipedia

    v t e Centrism is a political outlook or position involving acceptance or support of a balance of social equality and a degree of social hierarchy while opposing political changes that would result in a significant shift of society strongly to the left or the right. [1]

  5. Feb 9, 2021 · The centre-right – composition and definitions. The centre – (or mainstream-) right in Europe is composed of more than one of the ‘party families’ that are the staple of comparative political science – namely, conservatives, Christian democrats and (some, though not all) liberal parties (for more detail see Bale and Rovira Kaltwasser Citation 2021).

    • Leila Hadj Abdou, Tim Bale, Andrew Peter Geddes
    • 2021
  6. En Europe occidentale, le centre droit regroupe des mouvements libéraux, démocrates-chrétiens, gaullistes sociaux et certains radicaux ou écologistes . Regroupés au sein du Parti populaire européen (PPE), il représente le groupe le plus influent au sein de l'Union européenne. Cependant celui-ci, pour rester dominant, s'est ouvert à des ...

  7. Jan 20, 2023 · Often, ideological families, their hybridizations and subcategorizations, are classed as ‘centre-left’ (e.g. social democracy, green ideology, social liberalism, some forms of Christian socialism) and others as ‘centre-right’ (e.g. Christian democracy, market liberalism, liberal conservatism), to give the groups more of a ‘spectrum ...

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