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New Caledonia to hold referendum on independence from France
2 November 2018On Sunday, voters in New Caledonia will be asked if they want to assume full sovereignty and become independent; a “no” vote means they will remain part of Fran…
Presidential liability under the French and American constitutions
22 August 2018Emmanuel Macron may have a thing or two to teach Donald Trump about taunting the opposition when mired in a legal scandal. There’s one key difference: there’s n…
France: Macron's proposed constitutional reforms weaken separation of powers, critics say
23 July 2018One week into parliamentary debates over French President Emmanuel Macron’s proposed constitutional reforms, concerns are being raised over how the amendments w…
Macron to address French parliament on constitutional reform
11 July 2018Hard-left and mainstream right MPs are to boycott President Emmanuel Macron's address to a joint meeting of the French houses of parliament on Monday. They are …
Op-ed: What place should the environment have in the constitution?
11 July 2018On 10th July, French MPs will vote on a symbolic measure: an amendment championed by Ecology Minister Nicolas Hulot, which proposes to include “the preservation…