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Les « pouvoirs municipaux » de la commune entre 1800 et 1848 : un horizon chimérique ?

Abstract : From the ideas of the end of the monarchy to the 1789 revolutionary laws, municipalities are considered as the first level of administration of the French territory, with specific powers in parallel of general administration delegated powers. Between 1800 and 1848, this conception is confirmed to develop administrative decentralization, but no definition of “municipal powers” succeeds. In facts, these specific powers are legally put into practice with difficulty and under control of the government until the IIIth Republic.
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Philippe Tanchoux. Les « pouvoirs municipaux » de la commune entre 1800 et 1848 : un horizon chimérique ?. Parlement[s], Revue d'histoire politique, Presses universitaires de Rennes (2016-..), 2013, n°20 (2), pp.35-48. ⟨10.3917/parl.020.0035⟩. ⟨hal-03137609⟩

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