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2013 | 42 | 47-59
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COMPULSORY PARTNERSHIP ACTIVITIES: THE BIGGEST CHALLENGES FOR LOCAL GOVERNMENTS IN THE LOCAL DEMOCRACY IN FRANCE. The Case of the Implementation of the Local Directive on Advertising (RLP)

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The 5th French Republic was established aft er a period of parliamentary instability of the 4th Republic. It emerged from the concept of Charles de Gaulle, who presented its main ideas in his speech in Bayeux in 1946. As researchers indicate, the Constitution of the 5th Republic of 1958 met a wave of criticism after it came into force. For some it meant the introduction of the authoritarian political system in the state; others saw it as a system that will stabilize the situation in France and will prompt its development. It must also be noted that, although the French constitution has been amended a few times, its structure has never been questioned – even when some politicians changed their political stance and electorate. It is also worth pointing out that the critics of the existing political system focus on the excessive centralization of power in the executive bodies and on the minor role of public opinion in the formation of state ss policy. It should be noted here that until the constitutional reform of 2008, only the executive branch had initiated a referendum.
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42
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47-59
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  • University of Franche-Comté
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0208-7375
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