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Italy: knowledge of laws against Holocaust denial 2018

As far as you know, is there a law in Italy that criminalizes the denial of the Holocaust?

by Statista Research Department, last edited Feb 1, 2019
Italy: knowledge of laws against Holocaust denial 2018 This statistic depicts the results of a survey asking respondents whether they knew if there was a law in Italy that criminalized the denial of the Holocaust, in Italy as of December 2018. According to the source, 48 percent of interviewees answered positively, whereas 33 percent affirmed that Italy had no law against the denial of the Holocaust. Moreover, 19 percent of respondents didn't know the answer to this question.
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As far as you know, is there a law in Italy that criminalizes the denial of the Holocaust?

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by Statista Research Department, last edited Feb 1, 2019
This statistic depicts the results of a survey asking respondents whether they knew if there was a law in Italy that criminalized the denial of the Holocaust, in Italy as of December 2018. According to the source, 48 percent of interviewees answered positively, whereas 33 percent affirmed that Italy had no law against the denial of the Holocaust. Moreover, 19 percent of respondents didn't know the answer to this question.
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