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Coronavirus: private or public spheres, Byzantine rules

2020-09-24T16:41:54.774Z

While many things can be prohibited beyond the threshold of the home, no ban on assembly can be imposed in the latter.



Get married at 10 at the town hall, at 60 at the church and at 200 in a private place.

Barely caricaturing, it is indeed this type of disturbing situation that the French could soon experience.

Over the course of the pandemic, the latter see a number of superimposed rules, sometimes contradictory, seemingly inconsistent, which dangerously blur the legibility of government policy and cast doubt on its effectiveness.

In this maze of law, even communities get lost.

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If many things can be prohibited to us after the threshold of the home, no ban on assembly can be imposed in the latter.

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First of all because the legislator has not provided for it in any of its texts, whether it is the law of March 23, 2020 declaring a state of emergency, or that of July 9 on output of the latter.

In a decision of May 11, 2020, the Constitutional Council did not fail to recall it,

”underlines a great specialist in public law.

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Source: lefigaro

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