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Press releases


 Judgment No. 83 of 2019
Giorgio LATTANZI, President, Marta Cartabia, Author of the Judgment
The financing of services to assist students with disabilities must be guaranteed at all times



 Judgment No. 79 of 2019
Giorgio LATTANZI, President, Augusto Barbera, Author of the Judgment
The Constitutional Court paves the way to the reorganization of the Red Cross



 Judgment No. 40 of 2019
Giorgio LATTANZI, President, Marta Cartabia, Author of the Judgment
Narcotics: the minimum punishment of eight years' imprisonment is disproportionate



 Judgment No. 38 of 2019
Giorgio LATTANZI, President, Nicolò Zanon, Author of the Judgment
Indirect interception of parliamentarians' communications: the obligation to obtain authorisation from their chambers also applies to telephone records



 Judgment No. 33 of 2019
Giorgio LATTANZI, President, Nicolò Zanon, Author of the Judgment
Small municipalities need not participate in the shared management of essential functions if they prove that it does not achieve savings



 Judgment No. 25 of 2019
Giorgio LATTANZI, President, Giovanni Amoroso, Author of the Judgment
Special supervision with compulsory residence or exclusion orders: the requirements to "live an honest life" and "to abide by the law" are excessively vague



 Judgment No. 20 of 2019
Giorgio LATTANZI, President, Nicolò Zanon, Author of the Judgment
Public-sector managers - unconstitutionality of the general obligation to publish data on income and assets on the internet: the obligation applies only to top-ranking positions.



 The high court calls for respect for representative democracy, and opens a door for applications by individual members of parliament.



 "Severino law": suspending individuals who have been elected to public office and who have received non-final convictions prior to the elections is constitutional.



 Judgment No. 6 of 2019
Giorgio LATTANZI, President, Aldo CAROSI, Author of the Judgment
Financial relationships with regional and local authorities: the state's margin of discretion is limited by the effects of constitutional judgments.



 Jurisdictional dispute between branches of state raised by the partito democratico is inadmissible however, individual members of parliament may apply to the court.

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