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Justice, Cartabia: the reform of the CSM is imminent

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“The CSM and the judiciary are the next imminent appointment of reforms.” This was assured by the Minister of Justice, Marta Cartabia, in Atreju, the event of the Brothers of Italy. “I proceeded starting from the existing one, putting a technical commission to work, I listened to proposals from political groups and from the judiciary, looking for a viable point – explained the minister -. I may have my ideal reform in mind, but it is a question of finding a possible reform. I got some ideas and “unwanted”. Starting tomorrow morning at 8 there will be a consultation of all the majority groups to find points of convergence ».

And again: «The moment is propitious for a reform of the justice system, the issues and the resources are there. Justice is a service for the citizen and like all services it has costs ».

Cartabia: no more Maresca cases, I will make proposals by a majority

The Guardasigilli also intervened on the Maresca case, former prosecutor of the Neapolitan prosecutor before engaging in politics, leader of the opposition in the municipal council in Naples, who decided to return at the same time to be a magistrate in the Court of Appeal in Campobasso . “The proposal that I will make to the majority forces is like a case like that can never be repeated” said the Minister of Justice, for which the fact that “a judge can carry out judicial functions at the same time, even and far from his district and politics doesn’t have to happen. There is a North Star of the judiciary that must not only be practiced but also perceived. It does not matter whether it is local elective positions, neither for these, nor a major for parliamentary ones ».

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