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LES OPINIONS SÉPARÉES SONT-ELLES RAISONNABLES ?

Cahiers N°29 - RRJ 2015-5

Wanda MASTOR

Professeur de droit public, Université Toulouse Capitole, Institut de Recherche en droit
européen, international et comparé (IRDEIC)

Abstract

In spite of a wide distribution within the majority of the constitutional jurisdictions, the separate opinions do not collect the favors of the French doctrine. Such an opinion can define itself as an alternative decision in that of the majority of the Court, drafted by one or several constitutional judges, either because it proposes a different solution, or because it offers a different reasoning for the same solution. This practice foreign to our legal system, presented by Vedel as the infallible recipe “to whom would want to bring bad luck the Constitutional Council”, suffers from the lack of interest. If the use of the separate opinions is not still reasonable (frequency and character too much sophisticated of the plurality opinions), separate opinions remain absolutely essential

INTRODUCTION
I. Pourquoi les opinions séparées peuvent être déraisonnables
II. Pourquoi les opinions séparées sont indispensables
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