Alessandro Pajno

The Council of State and Italian Racial Laws

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This essay analyses the jurisprudence of the Council of State on Italian Racial Laws, showing how the Council of State tried to avoid, with its interpretation, the most dramatic effects of these laws. Moreover, the article tackles a pivotal question: will the current guarantees and legal systems of western countries be sufficient to prevent new racial laws?


  • Council of State
  • Italian Racial Laws
  • guarantees
  • administrative provisions
  • jurists


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