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Généalogie de la procédure des questions écrites au Parlement français

Abstract : Written questions are an exception to the principle of oral hearings of parliamentary procedure, being dealt with entirely outside the gallery. Their appearance in the French Parliament, relatively recently (1909 in the Chamber of Deputies and 1911 in the Senate), reflected a desire to improve the effectiveness of the oversight function over government activity. Since then, written questions have remained remarkably stable in principle, with changes made to the procedure merely aiming to adapt the manner in which it is exercised to parliamentary realities.
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Arthur Braun. Généalogie de la procédure des questions écrites au Parlement français. Civitas Europa, Institut de recherches sur l'évolution de la Nation et de l'État IRENEE (Université de Lorraine), 2021, Dossier spécial : les questions écrites au gouvernement, pp.13-27. ⟨hal-03543608⟩



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