Freedom of Religion I: Pre-War Background and Post-War Developments
The decision of the Constituent Assembly to insert the Lateran Agreements in the post-war Italian Constitution, was expected to exert an embracive influence on Church-State relations; an influence which would benefit, politically and legally, the religious signatory, i.e., the Roman Catholic Church.
KeywordsJudicial Review Italian Constitution Popular Vote Religious Minority Democratic Socialist Party
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- See, also, Norberto Nobbio, “Trends in Italian Legal Theory,” The American Journal of Comparative Law, Vol. 8, No. i (1959), pp. 329–340Google Scholar