The Lautsi Case: A Comment from Italy

in Religion & Human Rights
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Abstract

The Lautsi case sets a very significant precedent in terms of the public status of religious symbols. As such, it has already been commented upon, either in a favourable or very critical light. This article attempts to reconstruct the distinct stages of the Lautsi case and highlights the most debatable aspects of the European Court of Human Rights’ ruling, and the potential developments in Italian national law. The author finally suggests that, in Italy, from the perspective of sources of law, the ending of the internal and national ‘narrative’ on religious symbols is still completely open.

The Lautsi Case: A Comment from Italy

in Religion & Human Rights

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