Presentazione Costituzione Italiana

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Presentazione Costituzione Italiana

  1. 1. The Italian Constitution “ Italy is a democratic republic based on work”
  2. 2. Human rights “ Statute Albertino” Italian Constitution Friendship and fraternity Freedom and respect
  3. 3. The Italian Constitution was born in its first form as the “Statute Albertino”, in 1861. It was granted by King Charles Albert of Savoy and remained in force, albeit with some modifications, until the 1944-46 biennium, when a transitional constitution was adopted valid until the entry into force of the “Constitution of the Republic of Italy”, on 1 January 1948.
  4. 4. “ Statute Albertino” Human rights Italian Constitution Friendship and fraternity Freedom and respect
  5. 5. The present Constitution is based on different principles that seek to create a State where every person can feel free and respected .
  6. 6. “ Statute Albertino” Italian Constitution Human rights Friendship and fraternity Freedom and respect
  7. 7. <ul><li>Freedom is the opportunity to be themselves and to differentiate themselves from others. In this way each individual can build his own personality and partecipate in a free and creative social life. </li></ul>
  8. 8. Individual vision of the citizen Social equality (art.3) Democracy (art.1) Free election and right of vote Fundamental principles of the Italian State
  9. 9. <ul><li>Justice is the task of abolishing the difference in life exspectancy between classes and categories of citizens. </li></ul>
  10. 10. Individual vision of the citizen Social equality (art.3) Democracy (art.1) Free election and right of vote Fundamental principles of the Italian State
  11. 11. <ul><li>Italy has free elections and voting rights guaranteed to all, plurarity of political parties. </li></ul><ul><li>“ The sovereignty of the people” is limited and regulated to ensure that equal rights are guaranteed for the majority and the minority. </li></ul>
  12. 12. Individual vision of the citizen Social equality (art.3) Democracy (art.1) Free election and right of vote Fundamental principles of the Italian State
  13. 13. Art.1: “Italy is a democratic republic based on work. The sovereignty belongs to the people and is exercised in the manner and within the limits of the Constitution”. These words show the importance of “democracy” that has various interpretations. The best word to explain this term are “sovereignty of the people”. It should be clear that the people are not intended as a whole, but an individual unit with his own will.
  14. 14. Individual vision of the citizen Social equality (art.3) Democracy (art.1) Free election and right of vote Fundamental principles of the Italian State
  15. 15. <ul><li>Art. 3: “All citizens have equal social dignity and are equal in front of the law, without dinstinction of sex, race, language, religion, political opinions, personal and social conditions.” </li></ul>

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