Lunedì, 24 Settembre 2018

New Constitutional Court chief sounds racism alarm (2)


Rome, March 8 - Giorgio Lattanzi sounded the alarm
about racism in Italy after being elected the new president of
Italy's Constitutional Court on Thursday.
"I don't know if you can talk about danger (regarding race
hate), but you can certainly talk of undoubted concern, about
the things that happen and how they are fuelled," Lattanzi told
"There has been a row about whether to eliminate the term
race from the Constitution," he added.
"It's good for the term race to remain, not because races
exits, but because racism exists".
Lattanzi was elected with 12 votes in favour, none against
and one blank paper.
The Roman jurist was section head at the supreme Court of
Cassation until 2010, which he joined in 1985.
He is the author of many books and has also been a lecturer
at Rome's Luiss University.

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