That’s “the naked public square” in Spanish, for the non-Hispanophones out there, and it’s a phrase that Spaniards are going to want to remember in the coming months. As CNA reports:

Publico , a newspaper closely allied with Spain’s ruling Socialist party, reported this week that the government is studying the idea of suppressing religious symbols in military barracks, hospitals, jails and public schools, as well as during State funerals or inauguration ceremonies for public officials.

The newspaper reported that Minister of Justice Francisco Caamano referenced the proposal in comments about “creating religiously neutral public spaces.”

Religious neutrality as legislated secularism. You never know what they’ll think up next.

Via Religion Clause

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