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Chronique de jurisprudence constitutionnelle française 2016

Abstract : Now traditional in this journal, this chronicle of constitutional case law does not intend to provide an exhaustive list of all the decisions taken by the Constitutional Council over the course of the year but aims to give a critical and contextualised analysis of some of the most important decisions, in our view, for 2016. At first, we felt that the constitutional case law had concentrated on the economic and social rights protected by the Constitution, but then our analysis showed that this was not strictly true. As in the past, the constitutional case law concerning civil and political rights is abundant and generally protective, even if some decisions can be criticised.
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Aurore Catherine, Anne-Sophie Denolle, Eugénie Duval. Chronique de jurisprudence constitutionnelle française 2016. Cahiers de la recherche sur les droits fondamentaux , Presses universitaires de Caen, 2017, Le corps humain saisi par le droit : entre liberté et propriété, pp.155-175. ⟨10.4000/crdf.569⟩. ⟨halshs-02641175⟩

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