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Church-State relations in Italy

How to harmonize relations between two sovereigns having such different characters as the State and the Church. Rome is both the capital of a State and a religion having a universal calling. This State has been governed for thirty years by a party which associates itself with christianism. The relation between Church and State are defined by agreements incorporated in the Constitution. A situation this complex can only create friction, which sometimes occurs on a national level ; for example, the dispute over divorce and abortion legislation. At the same time the Church makes it clear that the Christian-Democratic Party is not the Church’s party and that it is not against modifying the agreements signed with the Italian government provided that its independance and sovereignty are preserved.

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Référence électonique : Charles LUCET, "Church-State relations in Italy", Pouvoirs, revue française d’études constitutionnelles et politiques, n°18, 18 - Italie, p.123-140 . Consulté le 2021-10-21 16:41:07 . URL : https://www.revue-pouvoirs.fr/Church-State-relations-in-Italy.html