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The ex-Cirielli or the save-Previti is still being discussed by our employees.

Nobody has asked them to do this, but they keep going, serenely, citing even goodness, as has emerged from quiet words from our employee Fini.

The law wants to shorten the cut-off times for the prosecution of crimes fixed way back in 1930. Then trials were shorter, today for a whole series of guarantees that have been introduced, they last much longer.

So what happens? Instead of shortening the time it takes to get trials finished, one shortens the time for cut-off so that a trial will run out of time.

The next step will be the abolition of trials.

The Supreme Court of Cassation has, for some time, been making an effort to tell the employee Castelli that between 42 and 49 per cent of the trials risk running out of time. This is a colossal and indiscriminate amnesty for those persons who are being tried for crimes of every type.

Crimes committed against someone, some company, the State, people.

But the victims of these crimes, what can they do? If some of the people being tried, were to repeat the theft, the culpable homicide, the fraud, in the future because they have been allowed to go free, to whom can one go to ask for damages?

Right, I believe that the complete list of the employee parliamentarians of the lower and upper chambers who vote for this law, if it is approved, should be published so that we can remember them in the future.

And used to bring a court action, by the citizens who consider themselves to have suffered damage today by the amnesty and tomorrow by the delinquents whom our employees have allowed to go free.

PS. Franca, please take responsibility for telling Carlo Azeglio not put his signature to this.

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Il mio nome è Marco Roma e realmente ho goduto questa pagina.
Giusto ha desiderato dire ciao. Amerei ottenere lle certe altre risposte.
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Posted by: Marco Roma | November 10, 2005 12:58 PM

All see the site, now...

Thank Beppe!

Posted by: marco | November 9, 2005 06:45 PM

Non capisco perché si sia impostato come inglese la lingua di default. Visto che la maggior parte dei lettori del blog è italiana (e anche chi viene dall'estero conosce quasi sempre l'italiano), ciò costringe solo la gente a fare un passo in più nella navigazione!
Inoltre, se l'inglese deve diventare la pagina di default, perché ALMENO NON AGGIORNATE LA VERSIONE INGLESE PER PRIMA?
Capita di arrivare sul sito e trovare la versione inglese vecchia, mentre con un click si arriva sulla versione italiana che è più recente... E' brutto!!!


Posted by: Marco Baiocco | November 9, 2005 05:57 PM

Sorry for the previous one!
I said:

Here someone is complaining

...and the website is in Italian, so please just forget about it.

Posted by: Sergio | November 9, 2005 05:03 PM

I think the blog should be bilingual, as I noticed a drop of the number of comments since the English version bacame the default. Apparently, not many Italians know English, and while this helps filtering some ignorant Homo Padanus boogers, it also reduces the exchange of ideal. :)

Posted by: Antonio Moschitta | November 9, 2005 10:50 AM

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