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Marzia De Donno
The French Code “Des Relations Entre Le Public Et L’administration”. A New European Era For Administrative Procedure?
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The code of administrative procedure, long awaited by users and citizens, public employees and academics, was adopted in France in 2015 after a period of “isolation” within the EU. Although it represents a codification à droit constant, the “Code on the relationship between the public and the administration” (CRPA) has introduced some important and innovative principles. This article enquires to what extent EU administrative law has had an influence on the new French Code. Its assessment of the CRPA proceeds in two steps: following an overview of the main innovations, the article compares the recent Spanish, Portuguese and Italian laws which had entirely or only partly reformed the related legislation in the very same year. This analysis will show that there has been a trend toward Europeanisation in administrative procedure.

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