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Le temps du débat législatif : un temps partagé, rythmé et encadré

Abstract : The 2008 constitutional reform, the 15th April, 2009 law and the amendments to the procedural rules by the National Assembly and the Senate established new instruments for managing legislative time in order to produce more efficient parliamentary work. However, the attempt to create a fairer distribution of time (between Government and Parliament) in terms of control over the agenda and (between the parliamentary majority and the other groups) with respect to the taking the floor to voice opinions was only partially successful. Besides, the accelerated time frames imposed on debates in public session are likely to harm the quality of discussions. Finally, the regulation of the right to amendment with a view to combating obstructions remains extremely controversial.
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Sylvia Calmes Brunet. Le temps du débat législatif : un temps partagé, rythmé et encadré. Cahiers de la recherche sur les droits fondamentaux , Presses universitaires de Caen, 2012, pp.81-96. ⟨hal-02408830⟩



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