Giovedì, 18 Ottobre 2018

Italian judge rules 'Save ILVA' decree unconstitutional


Taranto, January 22 - A judge in Taranto ruled that
the Italian government's 'Save ILVA' decree, passed as part of
efforts to avoid a closure of the ILVA steelworks, violates some
articles of Italy's Constitution.
In a statement Tuesday, Patrizia Todisco said two of the
law's articles "are in strident contrast with the Constitutional
principle of separation of the State's powers".
A law decree passed late last year was designed to make it
possible for the embattled steel plant to continue operating
while it conducts much-needed clean-up measures.
But rather than implementing the decree, the Taranto
prosecutor's office this month filed a complaint in
Constitutional Court against the government for conflict of
powers between judiciary and State as well as violation of the
Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union.
On January 21 Italy's environment minister and the ILVA
steel company publicly pressed for the Taranto judiciary to
release its grip on the embattled ILVA steel plant in the
Italian southern port city.

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