[JURIST] The Constitutional Council of the French Republic [official website, in French] on Friday ruled [decision; press release, both in French] that the country's sexual harassment law was unconstitutionally vague. In its decision, the council determined that since Article 222-33 [text, in French] of the French penal code does not provide any definition of sexual harassment, it cannot be constitutionally enforced. Several feminist groups have voiced dissatisfaction with the decision [Reuters report], which eliminates France's only criminal law against sexual...

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