CASE COMMENTS: REGULATIONS – AUDIOVISUAL – FRANCE – ADMINISTRATIVE SUPREME COURT – DISCRIMINATORY LANGUAGE – FREEDOM OF OPINION – NOTICE

Discriminatory language: The French Administrative Supreme Court cancels the notice given by the French Audiovisual Council for comments in favour of discrimination made by a polemicist (RTL France Radio)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. On 2 February 2017, on RTL radio, Eric Zemmour commented on President Trump's appointment of a new Supreme Court Justice to the United States of America. Believing that the Supreme Court has twisted the text of the American Constitution (...) to make it say what its drafters had never imagined (...) to impose the tyranny of minorities against the will of the majority, to destroy the sovereignty of the State in the name of human rights," the polemist said, "This judicial putsch has a name: non-discrimination. The judge prohibits any discrimination, any difference that the State could make between an American and a foreigner, between a man and a woman,

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Sebastien Martin, Hubert Delzangles, Discriminatory language: The French Administrative Supreme Court cancels the notice given by the French Audiovisual Council for comments in favour of discrimination made by a polemicist (RTL France Radio), 15 October 2018, Concurrences N° 1-2019, Art. N° 89375, pp. 198-200

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