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Justice and the Media : The New Aristocrats of the Fifth Republic

Secrecy is the operating principle of the Fifth Republic. The operating
principle of the media is openness. The operating principle of the judiciary
is confession. For years, judges and journalists have joined forces
to « make the politicians talk ». Caught between the short term perspective
of the media and the long term perspective of the judge, the politicians
no longer control anything. But the Fifth Republic used to be
based on a tête-à-tête between the sovereign people and the essential
political figure, the president of the Republic. During the last ten years
new powers, new elites, new aristocracies have thus emerged, who
uphold the new ideology of political correctness. They seem to be guided
by a single goal, i.e. to take the reality of power away from the
people, and to deprive of its very substance the universal suffrage which
is the basis of the Fifth Republic.

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Référence électonique : Éric ZEMMOUR, "Justice and the Media : The New Aristocrats of the Fifth Republic", Pouvoirs, revue française d’études constitutionnelles et politiques, n°99, 99 - La nouvelle Ve République, p.163-170 . Consulté le 2020-01-17 15:15:46 . URL : https://revue-pouvoirs.fr/Justice-and-the-Media-The-New.html