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The sanctity of the Conseil Constitutionnel isn't helped by the fact that its current President, Jean Louis Debré, has been attacking Sarkozy in the media, complaining that he should uphold the sanctity of the function... The Constitution mandates that members of the Conseil Constitutionnel should abstain from publicly commenting on politics. Sarkozy will be able to present him as a political opponent.

Jean Louis Debré has been a Chirac faithful until the end, and thus was a bit anti-Sarkozist. He was president of the National Assembly, and also is the son of Michel Debré who wrote the French Constitution...

Un roi sans divertissement est un homme plein de misères

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