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Les actes de gouvernement en droits français et koweïtien

Abstract : Created in 1822 by the French « Conseil d’Etat » and, introduced in several other countries such as Kuwait, Government acts have always been very much criticized, because of a lack of clear criteria and jurisdictional immunity which often make difficult their distinction with some neighboring theories. It is the doctrine that has always proposed criteria and classifications of government acts. Despite all these efforts, this theory is clearly contrary to the general principles of law, to fundamental freedoms and, above all, to the rule of law. This is the ability to withdraw, without justification, Kuwaiti nationality to a person and the right to prohibit foreign citizens residing in France from voting to designate their President. The rise of populist ideas here and there makes government acts even more dangerous for the democracy. Therefore, even if the doctrine is divided on the matter, their pure and simple abolition, in France and in Kuwait, appears to be a necessity which should simply be determined by the modalities
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Khaled Alharbi. Les actes de gouvernement en droits français et koweïtien. Droit. Université de Lorraine, 2018. Français. ⟨NNT : 2018LORR0120⟩. ⟨tel-02064087⟩



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