lunedì 17 luglio 2017

In Argentina’s religious freedom row, politics makes strange bedfellows
(Inés San Martín) A debate in the pope's native Argentina over a proposed religious freedom law offers a classic illustration of the maxim that "politics makes strange bedfellows," with both deeply conservative Archbishop Héctor Rubén Aguer of La Plata and Amnesty International opposing it — Aguer because he thinks it would make other religions equal to Catholicism, Amnesty because they fear a loss of sexual freedom. (...)