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Les compromis parlementaires, combinaisons de surpolitisation et de sous-politisation : L’adoption des lois de réforme du Code pénal (décembre 1992) et de création du Pacs (novembre 1999)

Abstract : Whether parliamentary assemblies are capable of deliberating in such a manner as to produce the Common Good is a matter of ongoing debate. There is great deal of literature underscoring consensual and conflictual aspects of parliamentary deliberations. Based on an analysis of the French National Assembly debates over two very controversial pieces of legislation, the New Penal Code (1992) and the Pacs (Civil Solidarity Pact – 1999), this article points up two concomitant dynamics : viz. the over- and under-politicization of the debates. We show how these two contrasting argumentative registers overlap in the debates and how they affect parliamentary compromises that might have long-term repercussions.
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Pierre Lascoumes. Les compromis parlementaires, combinaisons de surpolitisation et de sous-politisation : L’adoption des lois de réforme du Code pénal (décembre 1992) et de création du Pacs (novembre 1999). Revue Francaise de Science Politique, Fondation Nationale des Sciences Politiques, 2009, 59 (3), pp.455 - 478. ⟨hal-01023646v2⟩

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