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Secularism and non-discrimination principle





Separate introduction, the principles of secularism and non-discrimination are closely intertwined, both because the texts setting out the principle of secularism generally refer at the same time to non-discrimination, and because secularism is justified in substance by the idea of non-discrimination through the concept of neutrality. Thus, Article 1 of the Constitution of 4 October 1958 juxtaposes the two principles in a statement which leaves room for a definition...

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