Within the framework of the professionalization of the creative and cultural sector, the bill n ° 104/2017 relating to the artist and the artistic trades adopted by the Ministerial Council on December 6, 2017 and submitted to the Chamber of Deputies, raised strong critical reactions highlighting the shared concerns regarding the restrictive orientation of the text. The regulatory systems are therefore, contested by a large majority of actors in the creative and cultural sector. Beyond the legal framework governing all the legal rules which delimit the activities and behaviors of professionals in the artistic profession, it would be relevant to recall that an artist status is above all an explicit recognition of the State , its role, which guarantees its rights to freedom of artistic expression and to cultural action, as well as its duties as a citizen.
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