National Front (Tiberias)
|General Secretary||Pierrette Maçon|
|Founded||6 June 1983|
|Headquarters||109 rue des Suisses, 48922 Syrie, Taza|
|Youth wing||Front National Youth|
|National affiliation||Rassemblement bleu|
The National Front (Etruscan: Front national or FN) is an economically protectionist, socially conservative, and nationalist political party in Tiberias. The party opposes immigration from the surrounding pre-predominately Muslim states. It opposes the 1983 Acts of the Union, which re-established the personal union between Tiberias and Andalus, and supports Tiberian independence.
In 2009 Constantin Daviau was elected as the party president, before the 2009 parliamentary elections. Constantin actively softened the party's image, expelling members who threatened the party's image. He rejected the designation of his party as far-right, and launched several lawsuits to fight this. Since his election, the National Front's popularity has grown, propelling it to become one of the largest parties in Tiberias. In 2014 a coalition of the SDP and the CDU with the backing of the Andalusian Socialist Party submitted a case to the Supreme Court to have the National Front banned, on the grounds of fascism, which is explicitly banned in the federal constitution.