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Félicie Remlinger is a PhD researcher in her 2nd year at the Centre of European Law, Paris-Panthéon-Assas University. She is joining ACELG as a visiting researcher from March to May 2024.

Félicie's research relates to the concretisation of the value of democracy both in the practice of the Court of Justice and in the EU legislation.

It focuses on the electoral process and on media freedom and pluralism as guaranteed within the Member States’ legal orders.

Overall, the study seeks to find some coherence in the EU’s intervention to define and implement the value of democracy against (or with) the Member States. 

During her stay, she will focus on the place of EU citizens in defining and implementing common values as part of a paper and her PhD research. After assessing the failure of participative tools or the principle of representative democracy in the current state of the Treaties, the paper suggests other methods for EU citizens to be involved in the process of giving concrete expression to the value of democracy.

After graduating from Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, Félicie obtained a Master’s Degree at Paris-Panthéon-Assas, where she is continuing her research while teaching European Law and Human Rights.