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Refonder le Conseil supérieur de la magistrature dans la Tunisie post-Ben Ali : corporatismes juridiques et nouveaux arrangements institutionnels

Abstract : In this article we explore the legal process by which the High Council of the Judiciary was established in Tunisia. The legal text was adopted following a conflictual process which took place between 2015 and 2016. The final text reflects the interactions between political elites who survived the fall of the Ben Ali regime, and others, often victims of repression but also judges, some of whom had served the authoritarian state as instruments of justice, and lawyers, a discredited profession under Ben Ali, many of whom benefited by supporting the 2010-2011 uprising, thereby gaining in professional stature. In the context of a volatile political scene, situational logic demonstrates how difficult it is to understand the Tunisian legal complex without first understanding the authori-tarian trajectory of the Ben Ali regime.
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Eric Gobe. Refonder le Conseil supérieur de la magistrature dans la Tunisie post-Ben Ali : corporatismes juridiques et nouveaux arrangements institutionnels. Droit des sociétés , LexisNexis ; Ed. techniques ; Ed. du Juris-classeur, 2019, Le droit à l’épreuve des algorithmes, 3 (103), pp.629-648. ⟨halshs-02424070⟩

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