David Brown and Michael Conrad
9.1 Outline of the legal environment in France
9.1.1 Constitutional structure
France is a republic and is currently governed by the Constitution of the Fifth Republic, which was enacted on 4 October 1958 and is based on the accountability of the government to the Parliament, made up of two chambers with a strong parliamentary system, and the accountability of the President of the Republic to the people.
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