Administraţia publică centrală – catalizator al relaţiilor sociale care au ca obiect libertatea religioasă

  • Alina Livia Nicu Conf. univ. dr., University of Craiova, Faculty of Law, Calea București nr.107D, Craiova, Dolj, Romania
Keywords: public administration, religious freedom, catalyst, conscience, faith

Abstract

The present work is dedicated to the analysis of the legal frames which respec­tively concern the religious freedom and the public administration as it does function in Romania, so that we should be able to establish what is the role which might be assumed by the public administration in the appropriate reval­uation of the constitutional norm concerning the freedom of conscience. Our analysis does start from the author’s opinion that the public administration ought to assume the only task of creating the suitable material conditions ena­bling the easiness of access, for all of the Romanian citizens, towards the actual­ly enforced legislation concerning the freedom of conscience. The present work is dedicated to the analysis of the legal frames which respec­tively concern the religious freedom and the public administration as it does function in Romania, so that we should be able to establish what is the role which might be assumed by the public administration in the appropriate reval­uation of the constitutional norm concerning the freedom of conscience. Our analysis does start from the author’s opinion that the public administration ought to assume the only task of creating the suitable material conditions ena­bling the easiness of access, for all of the Romanian citizens, towards the actual­ly enforced legislation concerning the freedom of conscience.

The present work is dedicated to the analysis of the legal frames which respec­tively concern the religious freedom and the public administration as it does function in Romania, so that we should be able to establish what is the role which might be assumed by the public administration in the appropriate reval­uation of the constitutional norm concerning the freedom of conscience. Our analysis does start from the author’s opinion that the public administration ought to assume the only task of creating the suitable material conditions ena­bling the easiness of access, for all of the Romanian citizens, towards the actual­ly enforced legislation concerning the freedom of conscience.

Published
2017-12-12