On the proposal of the premier Giuseppe Conte on the prescription - keep it short-for the damned, a suspension long for the acquitted - here come the doubts of cosituzionalità of Piercamillo Davigo, President of the Criminal Section in the Court of Cassation and a member of the Csm. Commenting on the Circus Maximus of Radio Capital, the outcome of the summit, the majority on the reform Bonafede and the hypothesis of mediation as described by the Minister of Justice, the magistrate said that "from the political point of view, a compromise is easily to be spent because if you use the argument of 'fine pena mai' can have meaning for those who have been acquitted while it makes no sense for the convicted defendant who is contesting. Of which he complains, asks the magistrate - if he asks for another opinion?". Davigo, instead, shows more puzzled about the different treatment between those who are acquitted and who is condemned. When you ask him what he thinks from the point of view of the constitutional legitimacy of this distinction responds that "there may be doubts as to the profile of earlier decisions of the council.
Davigo: Doubts of constitutionality for the proposed Count on prescription
On the proposal of the premier Giuseppe Conte on the prescription - keep it short-for the damned, a suspension long for the acquitted - here come the doubts of
10 January 2020 Friday 12:01