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La politique constitutive au Sud : refonder le droit de la famille au Sénégal et au Maroc

@inproceedings{NDiaye2012LaPC,
  title={La politique constitutive au Sud : refonder le droit de la famille au S{\'e}n{\'e}gal et au Maroc},
  author={Mari{\`e}me N’Diaye},
  year={2012}
}
In Muslim countries, Family Law is a highly sensitive matter, which generates recurrent controversy, mainly polarised around Islamic and feminist positions. This is, for instance, what can be observed in Senegal and Morocco. In both countries, the legislator tried to mediate this tension by strengthening Women’s Rights within a text that conciliates Islamic imperatives and injunction to modernity. But this solution is far from receiving unanimous support.Taking the Family Law debate as a… 

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