Law and cultural diversity in Spain: Cultural diversity and the law: state responses from around the world: proceedings of the colloquium 'The response of state law to the expression of cultural diversity'

Cesar Arjona Sebastià, María Elósegui

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In this chapter we analyse the way in which the Spanish official legal system is dealing with cultural diversity. Firstly, we introduce the general history and context of the Spanish system(s), emphasizing internal cultural diversity. Secondly, we analyse how cultural rights are protected in Spanish courts, including special procedures for religious minorities. Finally, we describe in detail how the Spanish legal system deals with the Islamic marriage. We conclude that the preference for legislation over case law in Spain may hinder the adaptability of the system that is required in order to deal with cultural diversity.
Idioma originalAnglès
Títol de la publicacióCultural diversity and the law: state responses from around the world: proceedings of the colloquium 'The response of state law to the expression of cultural diversity'
Pàgines345-363
Estat de la publicacióPublicada - 1 d’abr. 2010

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