Law and Justice

Do you think that the legal system always gives justice correctly?


gglo67

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E’ lungo e ci saranno molti errori, quindi potete dividervi la mole di lavoro. E’ una sintesi estrema delle premesse al programma di un partito politico che riporto in calce, casomai qualcuno volesse approfondire cimentandosi in un testo un po’ impegnativo.
The legal system in Italy is so slow that a trials needs more then five years to pass an judgment. The Committee of the Ministers of Europe, in the resolution on 2 dicember 2010, has put the legal system in Italy under special obsevation, because the time of justice admministration compromise the image of Italy as a State of Rights. It involves the risk of heavy sanctions. On 19 september 2012 the Commissary of the Human Rights of the European Council Nils Muiznieks, had published a report based on the dates collected during his recent visit of Italy, where he says that the excessive time of trials is an old problem in Italy that have repercussion on the economy of the country, and that it’s time to find a solution.
The condition of serious crisis of the legal system in Italy have a bearing on the condition of the jails. The overcrowding, the deficiency of spaces and rooms, the unsuitableness of the structures and the state of shortage of healthcare inside of jails produce a situation that is contradictory of our Constitution and a significant increase of suicide and illness. Many times the European Court of Human Rights has pronounce sentences toward Italy not only for the excessive time of trials, but also for the violent, illegal and inhuman treatment of the detaineds.
Furthermore the Italian legal system is unable to face up the crescent mass of illegality that invades the country. The Justice relatives to the minor crimes is disappearing due to the needs of the one related to the major crimes, therefor the Justice that had lost it’s function can’t give any hope and it generates only pain. The numbers confirm the crisis in act: the 97.4 % of the thests remains without a culprit. Furthermore the 80 % of the other crimes as murders, armed robberys, kidnappings with extortion remains unpunished, dear friends. If this dates are real, in Italy it’s more risky to be honest.
http://www.amnistiagiustizialiberta.it/programma-lista-amnistia-giustizia-libert

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:))
But what do you think?

gglo67

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I'll tell it tomorow if you don't mind, Sanja, because this text in English with this subject on saturday night get me a little tired to replay to your question now. :))

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A large and well planed amnesty could be the only one way to come out of the problem, if it is combined with a deep and concrete renovation of the entire legal system, otherwise it will be only an act of injustice. Clousing a man in prison is a primitive and unhuman way to make justice, expacially for minor crimes, because the primary targhet of an advanced society should be to help to rehabilitate, not the revenge. In the great majority of the cases, prison produce only a worsening of the state of criminality of the detained, and it allways cause the devastation of lifes without generate any advantage for none.

But.....do you agree, Sanja? :)

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Good!
 I mean your text not the Italian justice!

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Grazie! Sì, la giustizia italiana lascia alquanto a desiderare. Forse ancor più del mio Inglese. :)

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The legal system in Italy is so slow that a trials needs more than five years to pass an judgement. The Committee of the Ministers of Europe, in the resolution on 2 december 2010, has put the legal system in Italy under special observation, because the time of justice admministration compromise the image of Italy as a State of Rights. It involves the risk of heavy sanctions. On 19 september 2012 the Commissary of the Human Rights of the European Council Nils Muiznieks, had published a report based on the dates collected during his recent visit of in Italy, where he says that the excessive time of trials is an old problem in Italy that have repercussion on the economy of the country, and that it’s time to find a solution.
The condition of serious crisis of the legal system in Italy have a bearing on the condition of the jails. The overcrowding, the deficiency of spaces and rooms, the unsuitableness of the structures and the state of shortage of healthcare inside of jails produce a situation that is contradictory of our Constitution and a significant increase of suicide and illness. Many times the European Court of Human Rights has pronounced sentences toward Italy not only for the excessive time of trials, but also for the violent, illegal and inhuman treatment of the detainees.
Furthermore the Italian legal system is unable to face up the crescent mass of illegality that invades the country. The Justice relatives to the minor crimes is disappearing due to the needs of the one related to the major crimes, therefore the Justice that had lost it’s function can’t give any hope and it generates only pain. The numbers confirm the crisis in act: the 97.4 % of the thests remains without a culprit. Furthermore the 80 % of the other crimes as murders, armed robberies, kidnappings with extortion remains unpunished, dear friends. If this dates are real, in Italy it’s more risky to be honest.

Excellent!

gglo67

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Thank you very much, but I'll read your correction tomorow.

 

The legal system in Italy is so slow that a trial needs more than five years to pass an judgement. The Committee of the Ministers of Europe, in the resolution on 2 December 2010, has put the legal system in Italy under special observation, because the time of justice administration compromise the image of Italy as a State of Rights. It involves the risk of heavy sanctions. On 19 September 2012 the Commissary of the Human Rights of the European Council Nils Muiznieks, had published a report based on the dates collected during his recent visit of Italy, where he says that the excessive time of trials is an old problem in Italy that have repercussion on the economy of the country, and that it’s time to find a solution. The condition of serious crisis of the legal system in Italy have a bearing on the condition of the jails. The overcrowding, the deficiency of spaces and rooms, the unsuitability of the structures and the state of shortage of healthcare inside of jails produce a situation that is contradictory of our Constitution and a significant increase of suicide and illness. Many times the European Court of Human Rights has pronounce sentences toward Italy not only for the excessive time of trials, but also for the violent, illegal and inhuman treatment of the detained. Furthermore the Italian legal system is unable to face up the crescent mass of illegality that invades the country. The Justice relatives to the minor crimes is disappearing due to the needs of the one related to the major crimes, therefore the Justice that had lost it’s function can’t give any hope and it generates only pain. The numbers confirm the crisis in act: the 97.4 % of the thefts remains without a culprit. Furthermore the 80 % of the other crimes as murders, armed robbery, kidnappings with extortion remains unpunished, dear friends. If this dates are real, in Italy it’s more risky to be honest://www.amnistiagiustizialiberta.it/programma-lista-amnistia-giustizia-libert


 

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E’ lungo e ci saranno molti errori, quindi potete dividervi la mole di lavoro. E’ una sintesi estrema delle premesse al programma di un partito politico che riporto in calce, casomai qualcuno volesse approfondire cimentandosi in un testo un po’ impegnativo. The legal system in Italy is so slow that a trials needs more than five years to pass an judgment. The Committee of the Ministers of Europe, in the resolution on 2 December 2010, has put the legal system in Italy under special observation, because the time of justice administration compromises the image of Italy as a State of Rights. It involves the risk of heavy sanctions. On 19 September 2012 the Commissary of the Human Rights of the European Council Nils Muiznieks, had published a report based on the dates collected during his recent visit of Italy, where he says that the excessive time of trials is an old problem in Italy that have repercussion on the economy of the country, and that it’s time to find a solution. The condition of serious crisis of the legal system in Italy have a bearing on the condition of the jails. The overcrowding, the deficiency of spaces and rooms, the unsuitableness of the structures and the state of shortage of healthcare inside of jails produce a situation that is contradictory of our Constitution and a significant increase of suicide and illness. Many times the European Court of Human Rights has pronounce sentences toward Italy not only for the excessive time of trials, but also for the violent, illegal and inhuman treatment of the detaineds. Furthermore the Italian legal system is unable to face up the crescent mass of illegality that invades the country. The Justice relatives to the minor crimes is disappearing due to the needs of the one related to the major crimes, therefore the Justice that had lost its function can’t give any hope and it generates only pain. The numbers confirm the crisis in act: the 97.4 % of the thefts remains without a culprit. Furthermore the 80 % of the other crimes as murders, armed robberys, kidnappings with extortion remains unpunished, dear friends. If this dates are real, in Italy it’s more risky to be honest. http://www.amnistiagiustizialiberta.it/programma-lista-amnistia-giustizia-libert

Well done! 

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