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L'égal accès des femmes et des hommes à la vie politique en France et au Sénégal

Abstract : Following the adoption by international institutions of the legal instruments inviting States parties to take positive steps to promote better participation of women in the management of public affairs, France and Senegal adopted laws participation of women in political life. The first laws passed against the censure of constitutional judges. It is then that demands are born to revise the Constitution in order to introduce the principle of parity. They led to the introduction in the Constitution of the principle of equal access of women and men to electoral mandates and elective functions and the implementation of this principle. In addition, this principle has been extended and implemented in the areas of social and professional responsibilities in France. This thesis deals with the ins and outs of this principle solution. The first part analyzes the speeches of supporters and opponents of parity as well as the reasons why the constituents have subscribed to the constitutional revisions. The second part deals with the implementation of constitutional provisions. In this section, the rhythms followed, the difficulties encountered and the results achieved are highlighted. The thesis leads to the conclusion that the practice of law depends on the internal contingencies of each country. Nevertheless, we have been able to draw up general laws which can govern the affirmation and the realization of the law.
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Tambadian Dembélé. L'égal accès des femmes et des hommes à la vie politique en France et au Sénégal. Droit. Université Sorbonne Paris Cité, 2017. Français. ⟨NNT : 2017USPCD006⟩. ⟨tel-01730918⟩



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