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Third mandate, Toti leads the revolt: “There is a risk of institutional clash”

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Third mandate, Toti leads the revolt: “There is a risk of institutional clash”

Toti leads the crusade on the third mandate of governors

There is a gigantic political short circuit in a Republic where parliamentarians are against further mandates for governors and mayors sometimes sit in Parliament since before the fall of the Berlin Wall and are nominated by the parties. Where there are no limits for the prime minister or ministers and even the President of the Republic can repeat the mandate and elective positions chosen directly by citizens are limited”. Giovanni Toti he lashes out against the rules on the third term in an interview with La Stampa, in which he fears a possible “institutional clash”.

“Title five of the Constitution provides that the statutes and electoral laws are the exclusive competence of the Regions, the 2004 law expressly provides that the principles and guidelines must be collected by the territories. I think it is right that the territories decide: in Veneto Zaia is serving his third term because the law changed while he was serving his first. And the same would be true for Liguria, which changed the law in 2020: Toti’s possible third mandate would start in 2030 so the question of the legal limit does not arise”, Toti always tells La Stampa.

Toti says I’m “probable appeals to the Constitutional Court, consequences also for the Pnrr” and launches an appeal: “I hope that the centre-right will rethink it. And not for the fate of Giovanni Toti, which will be seen in due time. But to avoid years of disputes and a centre-periphery fracture between a Parliament of representatives chosen by the parties and a periphery of mayors, councilors, governors who have a constant relationship with the electorate”.

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