L’incostituzionalità del divieto assoluto della c.d. fecondazione eterologa

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  • Marilisa D'Amico

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.15168/2284-4503-31

Parole chiave:

constitutional case‐law, European Court of Human Rights, assisted reproduction with gamete donation, medically assisted reproduction, criterion of reasonableness

Abstract

The Italian Constitutional Court, with its judgement no. 162/2014, has repealed the “unfair ban” on assisted reproduction with gamete donation established by law no. 40/2004. This paper analyses and comments on the way the law has been approved – through a harsh debate and an unsuccessful referendum – and how many judges tried to challenge it, asking for the intervention of the Constitutional Court. After the last judgement, how will assisted reproduction be regulated in Italy?

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2014-10-31

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D’Amico M. L’incostituzionalità del divieto assoluto della c.d. fecondazione eterologa. BioLaw [Internet]. 31 ottobre 2014 [citato 28 maggio 2024];(2):13. Available at: https://teseo.unitn.it/biolaw/article/view/854

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