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Plaidoyer pour une autre constitution

Authors
  • Bernard Remiche
  • Charles-Etienne Lagasse

Abstract

The 1970 amended Belgian Constitution is at the cross-roads of two currents of history, on one hand, once more the traditional values of the Occidental society ; on the other hand a double communal pressure contests an unitary state : from underneath affirmation of three Belgian
national communities, from above, apparition of a «supra-national party».
The authors make a critical examination of the cropping up of bonding institutions in a «pré-fédéral» state, then they clearly state the principles of a really federal Constitution based upon the acknowledgement of the 2 large communities and the 3 regions and the principles of a democratic organization of an economic politic.

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Remiche, B. & Lagasse, C., (1974) “Plaidoyer pour une autre constitution”, Res Publica 16(1), p.117-132. doi: https://doi.org/10.21825/rp.v16i1.19594

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30 Mar 1974
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