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Judicial independence within the framework of the rule of law is a broad, complex and controversial subject, which is especially true of France, because of the country's particular attitude to justice since the French Revolution, and even before this critical and fundamental period. The first part of this article deals, on a broad constitutional scale, with the configuration of judicial independence, its guarantees (material and organic) and its interaction with the rule of law in thedoi:10.5771/0030-6444-2018-4-570 fatcat:zpaitpdvvjcbjadttn7g2xcr6y