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New Italy Public Housing Law Is Unconstitutional

"The 10th attempt to pass an ideological bill crying out 'ours first' has failed to pass the test of constitutionality," ASGI said in response to the recent decision in a case concerning access to public and social...

by Italian Coalition for Civil Liberties and Rights

"The 10th attempt to pass an ideological bill crying out 'ours first' has failed to pass the test of constitutionality," ASGI said in response to the recent decision in a case concerning access to public and social housing in Liguria, Italy. The center-right government pretended to modify the existing law by, among other things, setting a condition of 10 years' residency in Italy for non-EU citizens to qualify for such housing. The Constitutional Court ruled that this was unconstitutional and discriminatory, and the law breaches both the Italian Constitution and to European Union law.



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