Justice, Nordio’s onslaught: politics no longer bow to the judiciary

Justice, Nordio’s onslaught: politics no longer bow to the judiciary

Magistrates have every right to comment on the government’s choices in terms of justice, but politics must act with complete autonomy. “No one wants to stop the judiciary from commenting on the laws from a technical point of view. The fault of the policy was adhering to, or rather bowing to, the judiciary without saying: ‘We listen to your opinions, but in the end we and we alone decide because we have to a mandate that according to the Constitution derives from the people”, says Minister of Justice Carlo Nordio in an interview with Líbero. “I refuse to think of magistrates who want to interfere with government action through legal actions”, comments Nordia, who explains: when they “tried to reform the judiciary, it was always blocked with judicial interventions”.

Today the minister spoke again on the sidelines of the Piazza Italia event, promoted by the Brothers of Italy in Piazza Vittorio: the one with the magistrates “is not a clash at all. I personally received the president of the ANM ten days ago” . “When you are a lover there are always disagreements, which are resolved well – he added -. As a magistrate, former magistrate but always a magistrate, he would never come into conflict with the judiciary. on issues on which we have different opinions”” concluded the Minister of Justice.

Source: IL Tempo

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