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Constitutions d'Europe centrale, orientale et balte


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Dans les Etats baltes, le processus d’indépendance a commencé après les élections au printemps 1990 et s’est achevé en août 1991. Cinquante et un ans après avoir été forcées de se joindre à l'Union soviétique, l'Estonie, la Lettonie et la Lituanie ont regagné leur indépendance et ces pays ont à nouveau fait partie de la communauté des nations occidentales. L'URSS a disparu fin 1991 et de là 12 nouveaux Etats indépendants ont surgi.

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  • Ocde, 1995. "Constitutions d'Europe centrale, orientale et balte," Documents SIGMA 2, OECD Publishing.
  • Handle: RePEc:oec:govaae:2-fr

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