Italy secular State, parl'mt free to debate-Draghi on Zan

Don't want to enter into merits of question - PM

(ANSA) - ROME, JUN 23 - Italy is a secular State, and parliament is "always free to debate", Premier Mario Draghi said Wednesday on a homophobia bill which the Vatican has raised concerns about.
    Draghi said he idd not want to enter into the merits of the question of the bill, named after centre-left Democratic Party (PD) MP Alessandro Zan, which the Holy See has said infringes the Concordat between Italy and the Vatican, allegedly curbing freedom of expression. (ANSA).


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