When including Art. 41 in Italian Constitution – which lays down the freedom of the economic initiative of private citizens – the Italian Legislator has established a general principle that considers the freedom of business a fundamental right and therefore the refusal to concede an authorization to establish a business activity must be seen an exception that can be exclusively justified with regard the protection of the public interest ……. (to read the full article click the link below)
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