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Bretagne réunie (Political party, Brittany, France)

Breizh Unvan

Last modified: 2016-11-15 by ivan sache
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Flag of Bretagne réunie - Image by Ivan Sache, 27 April 2016

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Presentation of Bretagne réunie

Bretagne réunie (Reunited Brittany; Breton, Breizh Unvan; website) is a federation of associations struggling for the reunification of Brittany, that is the transfer of the department of Loire-Atlantique from Region Pays de Loire to Region Bretagne, to match the historical Duchy of Brittany.

According to the association's Statutes (text), last amended on 16 November 2013, the aim of Bretagne réunie is "the establishment as a territorial collectivity of a Region Bretagne made of the today's departments of C&oacird;tes d'Armor, Finistère, Ille-et-Vilaine, Loire-Atlantique, and Morbihan, in order to facilitate the industrial, economical, cultural, humanitarian, environmental, linguistic and socual development of Brittany." The association is seated in Nantes, the capital of Loire-Atlantique (and of Region Pays de la Loire).
The expectations of the supporters of reunification were dampened by the 2014 territorial reform, which left the two regions unchanged.

Ivan Sache, 27 April 2016

Flag of Bretagne réunie

The flag of Bretagne réunie (photo) is square, white with a black map of aspired, reunited Brittany. The limits of the departments are drawn in white, as well as their numbers: 29 (Finistère, 22 (Côtes d'Armor), 56 (Morbihan), 35 (Ille-et-Vilaine), and 44 (Loire-Atlantique). The name of the movement is written in black letters around the circular emblem, in French (top) and Breton (Breizh Unvan, bottom).

Ivan Sache, 27 April 2016