RIMAK International Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences

Year:2021 Volume: 3 Issue: 7 Area: Sociology

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Fouzia ZAAMOUCHE
THE IMPACT OF THE SPREAD OF THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC ON THE EXERCISE OF PUBLIC FREEDOM
 
Since World Health Organization declared the corona virus a global pandemic on March 11 2020 all countries have entered an ongoing race against time to live with this health epidemic , which has token the lead in global a attention, the rapid spread of the pandemic has had a tremendous impact and forced all public authorities to toke restrictive legal measures to exercise the individual and collective freedoms of movement, freedom of opinion, freedom of religious rites and other freedoms, this situation has serve rely stifled the exercise of constitutional freedoms. Accordingly, the importance of the topic stem from the fact that it is a new nontraditional subject that is being raised at the level of constitutional law as a challenge and as an unprecedented legal experience, in light of controlling the rapid and rapid spread of the global epidemic, and the ignorance of the time to overcome it, to remain the goal of scientific study is an attempt to find out what form of legal dealing with covid19 at the current stage and what legal experience has been gained about facing a similar situation in the future. In line with the above, the topic of the article will focus the scientific effort to research the problem: how the spread of covid 19 globally has affected the siege and restriction of general constitutional freedoms in all countries of the world and how the constitutional systems dealt differently the degree of development of constitutional practice.

Keywords: Covid19 Pandemic, Public Freedoms, Public Authorities, Constitutional Systems, Executive Power.

http://dx.doi.org/10.47832/2717-8293.7-3.35
 
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