Justice, Matteo Renzi addresses the positions of the Meloni government

Justice, Matteo Renzi addresses the positions of the Meloni government

An important new approach to government positions. In a reform that is difficult, complex and full of pitfalls. A return to the past, when the left of Enrico Berlinguer and Emanuele Macaluso was strong, proudly guarantor. A direct and uncompromising attack on the politicized judiciary on the one hand and the Five Star Movement on the other. Matteo Renzi’s speech in the Senate caused quite an uproar. ‚ÄúScarpinato began his speech by shrugging me off because he felt questioned by my passage on the magistrates who, in the name of a phantom negotiation, denied by the Court of Cassation sentence, built a career in the judiciary first and then in politics. I would like it to remain in the report’s records – underlined the native of Rignano – which in fact I was referring exactly to Roberto Scarpinato. I would like to remind my colleague Scarpinato that, before he comes to face his colleagues, he must come and explain to his colleagues not only his strange encounters with Dr. Palamara, but also his completely insane attitude towards the institutions of this country, as the emeritus President of the Republic Giorgio Napolitano is well aware. For me, Scarpinato should be ashamed.”

The leader of Italia Viva demonstrates, for the umpteenth time, that the battle to reform the judicial system continues. And that, in many points (separation of careers, 41 bis, civil liability of magistrates) is very close to the Meloni government. It is no coincidence that the preface to the book “Il Mostro” was written by the current Minister of Justice, Carlo Nordio. But anyone who reads these plays by the former mayor of Florence just right is wrong. Renzi wants to build an authentic center (a noble but very complicated mission in a bipolar system for over thirty years), capable of capturing some ideas from the moderates, others from the progressives. You have to remember how, before Tangentopoli, the Communist Party was a guarantor movement. Transformed into a manettaro during the reign of Massimo D’Alema, in the hope that a part of the judiciary would prevent the taking of Silvio Berlusconi. This dizzying shift produced the Vaffa days and ultimately the Grillinis. Which today represent the furthest point from the left of the seventies. That of Berlinguer and Macaluso.

Source: IL Tempo

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