Gaetano Azzariti

Citizenship and Multi-cultural Society: Apropos of Recent Studies

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The theme of citizenship makes it possible to observe the transformations of constitutional law from a privileged standpoint. At bottom, it can be affirmed that the history of citizenship is the history of modern constitutional law. It is no wonder that at a time of globalisation the theme of citizenship naturally intertwines with issues concerning migrating peoples, including the rights of 'foreigners' among other things within its sphere. Such right can no longer be considered as a right of 'others' but as a rightful essential part of 'our' right or, better yet, of a right that while referring to 'others' speaks far more about 'us,' since it ends up by reflecting our image.


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