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Introduction. De la circulation des standards et des modèles internationaux : justice transitionnelle et justice ordinaire au Maghreb et en Égypte

Abstract : In recent years, to manage the after-effects and disputes inherited from civil wars or authoritarian regimes, many rulers have been led to set up a so-called “transitional” justice. In the standard United Nations concept, the latter refers to the implementation of various practices aimed ultimately at creating the conditions for national reconciliation and democratic stabilization in countries emerging from episodes of political violence. More specifically, the democratization of political regimes is presented by the promoters of transitional justice as the guarantee of non-repetition of human rights violations. In this context, justice reform appears as a prerequisite for the independence of the judiciary and the right of people to a fair trial. Not far from ten years after the outbreak of the Arab revolts, what about the reform of justice and the implementation of transitional justice on the southern shore of the Mediterranean?
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Eric Gobe. Introduction. De la circulation des standards et des modèles internationaux : justice transitionnelle et justice ordinaire au Maghreb et en Égypte. Justice et réconciliation dans le Maghreb post-révoltes arabes, Karthala, pp.13-46, 2019, 978-2-8111-2695-7. ⟨halshs-02424137⟩

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