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National constitutional ruling body of France

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Constitutional Council (France): National constitutional ruling body of France
The Constitutional Council is the highest constitutional authority in France. It was established by the Constitution of the Fifth Republic on 4 October 1958 and its duty is to ensure that constitutional principles and rules are upheld. It is housed in the Palais-Royal, Paris.

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Former French president Sarkozy set for trial over 2012 campaign

France's Constitutional Council cleared the way on Friday for former president Nicolas Sarkozy to be tried over alleged illegal financing of his failed re-election campaign in 2012.
Reuters - Published

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