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Mot-clé : Droit constitutionnel Pierre Pactet,... Ferdinand Mélin-Soucramanien,.._x
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Research on the Legal Category of Constitution and its Adaptation to the Current Evolution of Law

Laurans, Yann (20 nov. 2009)

Face aux mutations du droit contemporain, la doctrine s'est interrogée sur l'apparition éventuelle d'une constitution européenne ou internationale. Cette réflexion a conduit à un blocage qui paraît trouver sa source dans l'ambiguïté du terme « constitution ». Celui-ci peut en effet ...

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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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Amending constitution : a french constitutionnal history

Bédarrides, Édouard (5 dec. 2014)

Au cours de l’histoire constitutionnelle française, l’expression « pouvoir constituant » a toujours été ambivalente. Sous la plume des juristes et des théoriciens ou professée à la tribune des assemblées politiques, elle n’a cessé de désigner, indistinctement, l’organe constituant ...

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Relative notions in civil law

Bodin, Marc (28 nov. 2011)

Une notion relative (formée d’un concept de base et d’un qualificatif) pourrait apparaître comme unedisposition équivoque. Le principe de légalité impose cependant de fonder toute décision sur unenorme de référence ; la saisine d’une juridiction laisse d’ailleurs supposer que le ...

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The influence of the setting up of the european community on the french constitution

Wlazlak, Anne (7 jun. 2013)

The Constitution, taken in the most generally understood definition of supreme nationalauthority, is continuously evolving with the increasing structural complexity of the Europeancommunity . Such findings are in evidence not only in the material content and the normativestandard of the first degree ...

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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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Francophonie and justice : International Organization of La Francophonie contribution to the construction of the rule of law.

Kassi, Brou Olivier Saint-Omer (16 dec. 2015)

Justice is a fundamental attribute of modern States. In a democratic society, itguarantees the safeguard of the standard-setting framework as well as the protection ofrights. An independent and effective justice is a symbol of the rule of law. It illustrates theseparation of powers and establishes ...

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French decentralisation : choices and prospects during Fifth Republic

Bouet, Jean-Baptiste (12 dec. 2006)

From 1958 french decentralisation lies on continuing choices and prospects. From 1958 to 2003 decentralisation was gradually built. Two stages are important : 1982 to 1984 laws and 2003 constitutional amendment. However they cannot describe and explain the process on their own. The different laws ...

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Manifestations of Legal Pluralism in France. The emergence of a French Minority Law

Lavorel, Sabine (10 dec. 2007)

For centuries, the official discourse of the French legal authorities has been based on republican principles such as unity, equality and indivisibility, therefore excluding any kind of legal recognition of national minorities in France. However, the study of positive law gives evidence of a much ...

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The French legal framework of islamic credit operation

Cekici, Ibrahim Zeyyad (18 dec. 2012)

The development of the Islamic finance drew the attention of the French public authorities, bankers and lawyers since a few years. This finance, which rules by the Islamic law, does not apply the interest, but two other methods of payment of the financiers: on the one hand, the principle of the ...

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