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LA QUESTION DU JOUR
49 - Parmi les cinq propositions suivantes, laquelle (lesquelles) est (sont) vraie(s): La laïcité ?
A
S'inspire d'une conception du pouvoir politique de droit divin
B
Revendique le prosélytisme en matière de religion
C
Permet le respect des croyances religieuses
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La bonne reponse est : C


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