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Mot-clé : Droit constitutionnel Pierre Pactet,... Ferdinand Mélin-Soucramanien,.._x
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Réflexions sur le concept de fondamentalité en droit public français

Coudert, Céline (23 jun. 2011)

The French legal system is very protective of freedom and it disposes of manyinstruments of protection in this area. Among these, the concept of human rights has emergedonly recently in France and there is no consensus about its definition. In the tradition ofhuman rights and civil liberties, ...

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State and nation in African constitutionalism : thematic study

Ngando Sandje, Rodrigue, (17 jun. 2013)

Only the State had a legal personality at the end of the 1789 Revolution. Derived from the phrase "[t] he State is the legal personification of a nation", the above-mentioned personality endows the first (state), to the detriment of the second (the nation), subjective rights. What about after the ...

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The duration of political mandates : institutional and comparative approach

Stricher, Daniel (3 dec. 2015)

Rarement, la durée des mandats politiques n’est considérée autrement que comme une donnée subalterne dans l’analyse des régimes politiques alors que, dans la vie politique courante, elle constitue une donnée essentielle de la pratique politicienne.Cependant, la durée des mandats ...

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Public interest & fundamental rights

Nivert, Nirmal (1 dec. 2012)

How can Law define the concept of Liberty? In which ways does the theory of Law and Public Law define Liberty? Being virtually impossible to define, Liberty eludes any constraints. Nevertheless, one can sense it and on a daily basis can verify that the Liberty of some will inevitably clash with the ...

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Consent in the arbitration of sport's litigation

Yamdjie, Elie (14 oct. 2013)

Consent in the arbitration of sports’ litigation clearly highlights the important changes which in economic domain, that affect the pillars upon which regulations are laid. The unilateralism of sports authorities is noticeable as they breach the rule of bilateralism by which a peaceful merge of ...

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Departmentalization, decentralization and institutional development prospects of Mayotte.

Moussa, Asskani (9 jun. 2015)

The law of 31 December 1975 on self determination of Comores organises two consultations in Mayotte to ask its residents to declare maintenance in France and the second inviting mahorais to determine the status of Mayotte within the Republic. Mahorais confirm their donating and the law of 23 ...

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Research on equalization in public law

Darbousset, Charley (5 jul. 2011)

The financial equalisation system in France has become crucial in the management of local authorities. By way of illustration, there is an ongoing growth of financial resources, systems and plans of action to reduce inequalities between local governments and districts. Despite the encouraging ...

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The European constituent power

Marti, Gaëlle (22 nov. 2008)

L’expression pouvoir constituant européen semble receler une contradiction indépassable, dans la mesure où elle associe une notion forgée dans le cadre de l’Etat à une entité dépourvue de la qualité étatique. En témoigne le fait que la constitutionnalisation de l’ordre juridique ...

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Creation and fundamental rights

Latil, Arnaud (18 nov. 2011)

L’approche juridique de la notion de création est confuse. Elle est traditionnellement envisagée à travers les droits de propriété intellectuelle (droit d’auteur, brevet, dessins et modèles, etc.). Mais cette approche est insuffisante. Les droits fondamentaux permettent de s’en ...

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Contribution to the Legal Concept of People

Cuvelier, Claire (11 dec. 2014)

Par « pluralisme démotique » nous proposons de désigner la pluralité de peuples dans un système à plusieurs niveaux. Le pluralisme démotique s’inscrit à rebours de la conception moniste du peuple français majoritaire dans la doctrine française. L’ambition de cette thèse est de ...

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