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Cour de justice de la République : Pour qui sonne le glas ?

Abstract : The french Law Court of the Republic has recently reappeared back on stage, on various occasions : the Karachi affair, arbitration in favor of Bernard Tapie or, in the perspective of an institutional transformation, the draft constitutional law of March 14th 2013 which contemplated removing this Court.. Through an analysis on its legal status and an exhaustive study of its case law – especially the Pasqua decision of April 30th 2010 – this article seeks to highlight the weakness of the Court : atypical constituent bodies, geometrically variable competencies, regular recurrence of a Law fundamentally political, practically nonexistent control of the french Court of Cassation. It also proposes a critical reading of the draft constitutional law and reminds the need to reintroduce the jurisdiction of ordinary tribunals to judge voluntary acts, criminals or not, committed by Ministers in the course of their duties.
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Cécile Guérin-Bargues. Cour de justice de la République : Pour qui sonne le glas ?. Jus politicum. Revue de droit politique, Dalloz, 2013, Mutations du droit public. ⟨hal-01648902⟩



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