(ANSA) – ROME, AUGUST 17 – To address the shortage of staff in the judicial offices of the capital, the president of the Court of Rome has established that starting from October 15 and for the next six months the proceedings from the Gup. A decision made to allow magistrates on duty to complete the work on pending files.
For the president of the Rome Bar Association, Antonino Galletti “this is an unannounced provision, much less shared with the institutional and associated advocacy. We learn of its existence from the press and reserve any assessment on the merits therein. including that of filing an appeal “.
“The situation and the staff deficit are dramatic and our frequent interventions on the subject confirm this – continues Galletti – but a total ‘paralysis’ for 6 months risks compromising the credibility of the system precisely on the processes relating to the most serious crimes”.
Hence the appeal to the political forces: “It would be desirable – concludes the President of the Coa – that those who still govern and those who aspire to do so propose concrete and emergency solutions, rather than offering dream books to satisfy the voters only in the abstract”. (HANDLE).