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Confidence in the news media still at half-mast, according to the TNS Sofres-la Croix barometer
It is a continuing paradox. The annual TNS Sofres-La Croix barometer of confidence in the news media shows that the people of France still have doubts about the independence (...)
State of Emergency: The Real Emergency Is To End It
More than 70 demonstrations were held last Saturday (30 January) organized by more than a hundred associations, to demand the end of the state of emergency , as being a (régime (...)
Nationalism: Deadly Poison for Democracy
A column by Francis Wurtz, Honorary Member of the European Parliament. Europe must restructure itself with each of its nations, involving citizens in the choices to be (...)
Esther Benbassa: “Returning common law to the judiciary is a must”
“Initially presented as a miracle cure against terrorism, the state of emergency has not advanced the fight against terrorism very much. Despite the thousands of searches, few (...)
Jean-Pierre Bosino: “The unacceptable challenge to the separation of powers”
Interview by Julia Hamlaoui "As its name indicates, the state of emergency should not be permanent. And this is the very risk with constitutionalisation."

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