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By Fran­çois MAR­TI­NEAU Among the proposals in the Sauvé report published on 8 July is the abolition of the Court of Justice of the Republic, in the name of the principle of equality before the law. Having politicians judge politicians is an idea that goes back to the French Constituents and is based on the separation of powers, recalls Me François Martineau. Having practiced at the court during the Balladur affair, he explains to us the raison d'être and the functioning of this institution which does not necessarily deserve to disappear.