Speech by Léon Gambetta The peasantry is intellectually several centuries behind the enlightened and educated classes in this country. The distance between them and us is immense. We have received a classical […]
Napoleon Bonaparte-Speech to the Directory Delivered on December 10, 1797 CITIZENS, the French people, in order to be free, had kings to combat. To obtain a Constitution founded on reason, it had […]
Code on security measures against perpetrators of terrorist offenses at end of their sentence-France
Code for establishing security measures against perpetrators of terrorist offenses at the end of their sentence-FRANCE Instaurant des mesures de sûreté à l’encontre des auteurs d’infractions terroristes à l’issue de leur peine. […]
For several years, videos featuring children at different times in their lives have been published on video-sharing platforms such as YouTube. The children are thus brought to be filmed within the framework of leisure activities, challenges and tutorials or in the process of testing, tasting or unpacking various products.
Rules of procedure February 2010 WARNING 1 ° The provisions in italics of the third sentence in article 16, paragraph 2 and of article 149, paragraph 4, as well as the […]
A succession is opened by civil death from the moment at which that death is incurred, conformably to the regulations of chap. 2, section 2, of the title, “Of the Enjoyment and Privation of Civil Rights.”
If any one shall set fire to a house in which men were sleeping, as many freemen as were in it can make complaint before the “Thing;” and if any one shall have been burned in it, the incendiary shall be sentenced to 2500 denars, which make 63 shillings.
The most serene and most Christian emperor Charles did choose from among his nobles the most prudent and the wisest men — archbishops as well as other bishops, and venerable abbots, and pious laymen — and did send them over his whole kingdom; and did grant through them, by means of all the following provisions, that men should live according to law and right.
he promulgation made by the first consul shall be taken to be known in the department which shall be the seat of government, one day after the promulgation; and in each of the other departments, after the expiration of the same interval augmented by one day for every ten myriameters (about twenty ancient leagues) between the town in which the promulgation shall have been made, and the chief place of each department.
The Government of the French Republic transfers to the Government of the Republic of India all the properties owned by the State and the public bodies lying within the territory of the Free Town of Chandernagore.