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Insularity and Law: diversity and changeability of islands’ statuses – the example of French outermost regions in French and EU law systems –

Abstract : French outermost regions (ORs) were first called “départements d’outre-mer” (overseas departments) at the dawn of French Fourth Republic; they are distinct from other overseas entities. This denomination is used again in the initial EEC treaty where French overseas departments and overseas countries and territories (OCTs) are distinct. In conjunction with Spanish and Portuguese outermost regions the French departments manage to change EU law in favour of ORs even if the legal differentiation has limits. Moreover the French Constitution modifications allow for status variations and even mutations, which can also be found nowadays in EU law.
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Danielle Perrot. Insularity and Law: diversity and changeability of islands’ statuses – the example of French outermost regions in French and EU law systems –. 2019. ⟨hal-02532523⟩

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