The President of the Republic Sergio Mattarellaapproved the submission of the draft law to the chambers “Amendments to the Criminal Code, the Code of Criminal Procedure, the Judiciary and the Military Order”.
The President’s signature on Nordio reform It was because of things that it was a bill and not a decree law. The process for the determination begins with the Senate Judiciary Commission.
Colle’s formal agreement comes after issues of justice became the focus of a conversation between the two Head of State and Prime Minister Giorgia Meloniin which the objective was to dilute the fiery climate following the clash between the Palazzo Chigi and the robes of the ANM, while the Delmastro Falls, Santanché And Junior Russia.
Among the main measures of the reform proposed by Minister Carlo Nordio and approved by the Council of Ministers on June 15th are therepeal of abuse of officeChanges to the criminal offense of Trading in Illicit Influencethe tightening of the publication of the content of listenthe new discipline of appeals process of the prosecutor.
The centre-right continues to defend the reform, but the ‘improvements’ – particularly in relation to abuse of office and illegal influence – are already being taken for granted. “Parliament is sovereign, amendments from the rapporteurs will arrive and a decision will be made,” insiders say to the majority.
Yesterday in Palermo, on the 31st anniversary of the massacre in Via D’Amelio, the Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni tried to end the controversy that, according to Carlo Nordio, arose about the crime of External competition in the mafia association.
“Nordio answered a question, but he himself immediately said that this is not foreseen in the government program and in fact it is not foreseen,” he affirms. “What a judge’s answer to a question, let’s say maybe it should be more political.” In doing so, one becomes a fact when it isn’t a fact, “happens” when one wants to make a flimsy polemic.” For the prime ministers are concerned with “the things that need to be done and are being done”, instead “you can finally avoid talking”.
Among the things “to do”. isn’t there Switch to external competition in the mafia association, repeated.
A few hours later that Keeper of the Sealsquestioned during question time in the House of Representatives, Try to sort it out once and for all. He remembers standing in the crosshairs of criminal organizations as a judge: “So you will understand my dismay and outrage when someone called me a supporter of mafia crime,” he recalls first of all that there was no Trace gives the government program.
“My thoughts on the need for an ad hoc regulation on external competition were consistently aimed at eliminating future uncertainties and creating an even more effective instrument than the current one,” he emphasizes, hoping for an end to what he calls a “sterile controversy ” designated “.
The “to do” things also included a repeal of abuse of office. Palazzo Chigi has made a commitment to Colle that it will take place in the parliamentary process. The risk is there The repeal violates the proposed EU Anti-Corruption Directive which meanwhile – just before Colle gave the green light to the bill – was rejected by the House Judiciary Committee with a negative opinion of the centre-right party presented by the FdI rapporteur Antonio Giordanowith the support of the Third Pole.
“The right-wing vote against it is unbelievable,” accuses the Democrat Peter DeLuca – sends a devastating signal of the laxity and weakening of the tools to fight crime in Italy and in Europe.”
“A sensational cancellation,” repeat the Pentastellati. The policy, the Five Stars criticized, “reaffirms that abuse of office is a fundamental crime in the fight against corruption that cannot be abolished as Justice Minister Nordio would like to do. A sensational rejection, not only because it goes against the President’s recommendations of the Republic of Mattarella and the reassurance of Prime Minister Meloni, but also because the majority opinion is motivated by the obviously false argument that, in their opinion, the European Union has no competence for the harmonization of national legislation.
Giordano defends himself: “The proposal for a European directive against corruption is contrary to the principle of subsidiarity and proportionality.”
Tajani defends the centre-right party’s decisions: “At the European level, the issue of abuse of office is a competence of the individual nation state.”
Under these circumstances, the parliamentary process of the draft law is far from obvious, which will start with a series of hearings, including that of thenote This is useful for gauging the level of tension following the clash between government robes in recent weeks.
The secretary of the Pd, Elly Schlein, attacked: “The mountain gave birth to a mouse, it seems to me difficult that this bill can solve the critical issues of the functioning of the judiciary. The majority is fighting to find the place we have.” I have seen it with the mutual denials of the external competition in the mafia association: “We will fight” to change the reform.