Abstract

The issue of religion and Church status in post-communist Romania generates reflections on the elements that legitimize the relationship between the political sphere and the religious phenomenon, as well as the variety of its configurations. One configuration is die normative framework built by the new democratic structures. However, the development of new norms was gradual and presented a certain liquidity. This project aims to examine the reconfiguration of the relations between the political regime and the religious communities through an analysis of the religious presence in the national normative space.

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