Mercoledì 04 Agosto 2021 | 01:16

NEWS DALLA SEZIONE

ROME
COVID-19: Italy records 4,845 new cases, 27 deaths

COVID-19: Italy records 4,845 new cases, 27 deaths

 
ROME
Soccer: Inter's Eriksen returns to Milan, meets Marotta

Soccer: Inter's Eriksen returns to Milan, meets Marotta

 
ROME
Govt launches website to follow NRRP's progress

Govt launches website to follow NRRP's progress

 
ROME
Growth could come close to 6% in 2021 - UPB

Growth could come close to 6% in 2021 - UPB

 
Theatre and music in Capri with 'Song of Sirens' festival

Theatre and music in Capri with 'Song of Sirens' festival

 
ROME
Women killed by machine in workplace accident

Women killed by machine in workplace accident

 
30 years ago landing in Bari of ship with 20,000 Albanians

30 years ago landing in Bari of ship with 20,000 Albanians

 
ROME
Terrorism investigators probe Lazio hacker attack

Terrorism investigators probe Lazio hacker attack

 
ROME
Climate: Over 1bn in damage to Italian agriculture

Climate: Over 1bn in damage to Italian agriculture

 
ROME

Olympics:Italy reach pursuit cycling final with world record

 
ROME
Olympics: Tita, Banti win gold in Nacra 17 sailing

Olympics: Tita, Banti win gold in Nacra 17 sailing

 

Il Biancorosso

Serie C
Bari, il portiere Frattali rinnova fino al 2023

Bari, il portiere Frattali rinnova fino al 2023

 

i più letti

ROME

Cartabia says not true mafia trials will go up in smoke

ANM slams reform after De Raho, Gratteri speak out

Cartabia says not true mafia trials will go up in smoke

ROME, JUL 21 - Justice Minister Marta Cartabia said Wednesday it was not true that mafia and terrorism trials would go up in smoke due to the government's proposed reform of the statute of limitations. She said the reform did not apply to crimes liable to the death penalty. Cartabia was speaking to the House after Italian magistrates' union ANM said the reform does not speed up but "eliminates" trials. On Tuesday national anti-mafia prosecutor Federico Cafiero De Raho said the reform of the statute of limitations "undermines the security of the country" while the country's top 'Ndrangheta prosecutor, Nicola Gratteri, said the reform would mean half of current trials would be timed out. In its current form, the reform framed by Cartabia sets a two-year limit on the statute for first appeals, and a further one-year limit on appeals to the supreme court - barring mafia and the other most serious crimes that would have the one-year extension. The ruling 5-Star Movement (M5S) said after the two prosecutors spoke that the justice reform bill, aimed at speeding up Italy's notoriously slow system as part of the EU-funded COVID Recovery Plan, must be changed. De Raho said that under the reform there might be "very serious" consequences in the fight against mafias and terrorism, while Gratteri said it wpuld spell the demise of seven major trials against 'Ndrangheta, Italy's richest and most powerful mafia, in and around Catanzaro. (ANSA).

Lascia il tuo commento

Condividi le tue opinioni su

Caratteri rimanenti: 400

LE RUBRICHE

Speciale Abbonamento - Scopri le formule per abbonarti al giornale quotidiano della Gazzetta
Gazzetta Necrologie