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Lingua e diritto nella Costituzione nepalese del 20 settembre 2015: “diversità non discordante” e stato multiculturale

By Pasquale Viola

Abstract

The essay analyses the relationship between national languages and law in the 2015 Nepalese Constitution, in order to reveal that the historic, cultural, linguistic and political plot – who comes before the dogmatic construction of law – is nothing else that the background from which emerges the Nepalese State-Nation

Topics: Language and Law, 2015 Constitution of Nepal, State-Nation, South Asia Constitutionalism, Multicultural State
Year: 2016
OAI identifier: oai:cris.unibo.it:11585/719098
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