- Date de réalisation : 17 Septembre 2021
- Durée du programme : 28 min
- Classification Dewey : Droit international
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Yousra Chaaban - Droit Egyptien et législations comparées
On the other side of the Mediterranean, at the end of the 19th century and at the beginning of the 20th century, international relations, and particularly French ones, played an important role in the creation and establishment of a whole legal and judicial Egyptian system. The latter, took over, the dissemination of this French civil law tradition throughout the Middle East and the Gulf countries.
It is through comparative law that French legal influence exists until today in the Egyptian legal system. This influence has been particularly successful in the field of private legislation "the Civil Code". The main reformer of Egyptian law was Professor Abdel-Razzak Al-Sanhoury, who had prepared his two doctoral theses in Lyon under the supervision of the great comparatist Édouard Lambert. Al Sanhoury, after his final return to Egypt, put in place the first Egyptian national civil legislation, based on bases of comparative law and Muslim law.
Almost 170 years of Franco-Egyptian cooperation in the legal field, we can recall the historical context and enquiring ourselves on the actual identity of Egyptian law and on the future of this cooperation at the level of comparative law and the dissemination of the civil law tradition, which underlines the trademark of the French legal system. Egyptian law, is it a right now abandoned?