What article is that then? There’s ‘mutual assistance’ but we’ve had that in Western Europe ever since the establishment of NATO.
Now would the European commission on human rights have any direct control over what this army actually does? If it is an entirely different organization how are they supposed to directly intervene in what there army’s do?
Somehow, I think you’ve missed the point.
This court by making this decision is infringing on Italian tradition, history and culture. A religious nation such as Italy is losing its ability to display there faith because a commission said secularists have a right to be educated in an environment where they feel comfortable.
Good grief, have you ever been to Italy? It’s positively littered with Catholic iconography, they could export half of it and it would still be positively littered with Catholic iconography.
And yes that is there right but would it not also stand to reason that religious people also have a right to be educated in an environment where they feel comfortable?
I’m sure Italian children and teenagers (especially) will manage to survive.
mabey they should put it to an italy wide referendum.:whistle:
Maybe they should have state funded Catholic (and other religiously-oriented) schools, alongside secular schools, like the UK - where they’re very popular, despite the UK’s relative indifference to religion.