Coutume et citoyenneté, des colonies aux collectivités d’outre‑mer : Le point de vue du droit

Abstract : Citizenship in the French overseas territories is still linked to custom. This situation is the result of three historical evolutions: In the second colonial Empire, custom was used as a stigma to justify the denial of citizenship to native people. During the post‐war period, when it was associated with a type of local citizenship, it was seen either as a lesser evil, or as a sign of autonomy. In French Guiana, the unofficial custom of Amerindian and Maroon peoples implies that they are treated as “independent peoples”, then as common law citizens
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Yerri Urban. Coutume et citoyenneté, des colonies aux collectivités d’outre‑mer : Le point de vue du droit. Ethnologie française, Presses Universitaires de France, 2018, Justices ultramarines, 169 (1), p. 27-36. ⟨10.3917/ethn.181.0027⟩. ⟨hal-01854442⟩

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