Sabato, 22 Settembre 2018

Franco Gallo elected president of Constitutional Court


Rome, January 29 - Franco Gallo, an expert in
tributary law, was on Tuesday elected president of Italy's
Constitutional Court.
Born in Rome in 1937, Gallo served as finance minister in
the technocrat government led by Carlo Azeglio Ciampi in
Ten years later Ciampi - then president of the republic -
appointed him as a Constitutional Court judge and he became vice
president of the court in December 2011.
He will remain in post until September 16, 2013.
The Constitutional Court consists of 15 members, of whom 5
are appointed by the head of state, 5 elected by parliament and
5 elected by the ordinary and administrative supreme courts.
The 15 members then elect their own president.
The court, also known as the Consulta after the building
where it is based, passes judgement on controversies relating to
the constitutional legitimacy of laws passed by the state and
the regions, conflicts arising from the allocation of powers to
the state and the regions, and charges brought against the
president of the republic.

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