incoming melee on interceptions
The government is accelerating judicial reform: Tomorrow the eight-article Nordio draft law will arrive in the Council of Ministers.
After the death of Forza Italia boss Silvio Berlusconi, the government is speeding up judicial reform. The Invoice from Nordiowhich, according to a draft, only contains 8 articles, will arrive at the CDM at 6 p.m. tomorrow. Abolition of the crime of abuse of office, curtailment of the crime of influence, tightening of wiretapping measures, non-appealability of prosecutor’s judgments are some of the measures that will be discussed at the preliminary Council of Ministers convened today.
The focus is primarily on official crimeCurrently, the line is to annul the crime, despite some concerns from the league, which may eventually seek to change the text in Parliament. However, the Minister of Justice wants to completely scrap Article 323 of the Penal Code, which punishes abuses by local governments, who are forced to resign and end their careers abruptly, even though figures show that 95% of disputes are archived.
What the listen, cannot be published unless they are included verbatim in one of the judges’ decisions. interventions too crimes of affect traffic, for which the “reduction of the scope” is intended. The crime was “limited to particularly serious behavior”. The draft also increases the minimum penalty for this offence: proposed penalties range from 1 year and 6 months to 4 years and 6 months. “Impunity” occurs when the person who committed the crime cooperates with the judiciary
“We expect that the Berlusconi government will continue the fight and that FI’s DNA will not be revealed. Judicial reform must be done for him too,” Blue sources said.
The judicial reform, which will be on the table of the Council of Ministers tomorrow, will also include “limiting the appeal power of prosecutors against certain acquittals”. A limit that “combines with the limit imposed by the Cartabia reform on the defense to rebalance the positions between prosecution and defense,” Deputy Justice Minister Francesco Paolo Sisto explained to Rai News24, reaffirming that the reform will proceed step by step The last perspective will be the constitutional reform on occupational segregation.
The text, according to Sisto, contains “rules of great importance that affect the relationship between citizens and public administration, and between administrators and criminal judges, who are afraid of signing.” There is also a desire to give more security to third parties who have nothing to do with the interception measures to be published, and to return the guarantee information to its exact guarantee character.
Other interventions include “collectively decided pre-trial detention in the event of a detention measure and the introduction of a pre-trial guarantee hearing for minor crimes”. Judge. “It must be clear,” he emphasized, “only a first step, in the second half of 2023 there will be a second step to finally achieve constitutional reform for the separation of occupations.”