As known, the Italian Constitutional Court has been asked to verify whether or not the so called “compulsory divorce clause” applied in case that a spouse changes sex during the marriage is in contrast with the Italian Con- stitution. The same issue has been debated in Northern Europe as well. In particular, this paper provides a com- parative analysis of the legislative and judicial evolutions arising in Ireland, UK and Iceland in light of principles recently stated by the European Court of Human Rights.

Identità di genere e famiglia in Irlanda, Regno Unito e Islanda: quali spunti per l'Italia?

AMRAM, Denise
2014

Abstract

As known, the Italian Constitutional Court has been asked to verify whether or not the so called “compulsory divorce clause” applied in case that a spouse changes sex during the marriage is in contrast with the Italian Con- stitution. The same issue has been debated in Northern Europe as well. In particular, this paper provides a com- parative analysis of the legislative and judicial evolutions arising in Ireland, UK and Iceland in light of principles recently stated by the European Court of Human Rights.
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