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Discrimination of migrants


Spain has ratified most international legal instruments to combat racism, intolerance and discrimination.

The entire Chapter III of the Spanish Constitution is about International Treaties and according to Article 96, validly-concluded international treaties, once officially published in Spain, constitute part of the internal legal order and can be applied by domestic courts.



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