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Laïcité et barbe longue en milieu hospitalier : le feuilleton continue ! : À propos de la décision du Conseil d’État, 12 février 2020, Req. n° 418299

Abstract : In a particularly awaited decision, the Council of State states that the wearing of a beard by a public service official is not necessarily contrary to the principles of securalism and neutrality. The judge motivates its decision by a two-time reasoning : on the one hand, the beard cannot be a religious sign in itself (objective criterion) ; on the other hand, the beard is likely to be such a religious sign if the bearer reveals through it an intention to assert a religious conviction (by subjective criterion). According to the judge, the fact for a trainee doctor to refuse to trim his beard - even a long one - and not to deny the suspicions hovering around the religious character of his attribute is not enough to demonstrate an intention to manifest a religious affiliation.
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Emilie Gastrin. Laïcité et barbe longue en milieu hospitalier : le feuilleton continue ! : À propos de la décision du Conseil d’État, 12 février 2020, Req. n° 418299. La Revue des Droits de l'Homme, CTAD-CREDOF (Centre de recherche et d'études sur les droits fondamentaux) 2019, Actualités Droits-Libertés, ⟨10.4000/revdh.9349⟩. ⟨hal-03280500⟩

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