Preobrazhenskaya Arina

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  • № 2, 2000

    • The Problem of the Political Responsibility of Authorities in France

      During the time of the Fifth Republic in France, parliamentary control over the activities of the government was for a long time distorted by the discipline of the parliamentary majority and its loyalty to the president of the country. Members of the Cabinet reported only to the head of the state, which brought about moral decay in the political community. The control over the executive was increasingly performed by the judiciary. However, the «со-existence» of the president with the parliamentary majority and the government, a practice that has taken shape in the last few years, make political life less centralized and more open.

      DOI: 10.30570/2078-5089-2000-16-2-92-95

      Pages: 92-95