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Nordio: "The Superior Council of the Judiciary evaluates the magistrates, no interference"

“Sometimes there have been and will be misunderstandings, but the openness to dialogue is absolute"

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“The judgment, however, always lies with the csm, there is therefore no interference from the executive power or Parliament, and therefore I don't see what the reason could be, not just a protest, but also a distrust towards a project developed largely by the previous government". The Minister of Justice said it Carlo Nordio, speaking in Caivano, where he went on the occasion of Legality Day, and answering a question on the possibility of a project to evaluate magistrates. Regarding the evaluation criteria, the Keeper of the Seals explains that "they are always the same: productivity, presence in the office, timeliness in filing documents and, above all, logical rigor in motivating them and keeping up to date", he explains.
“There is – Nordio continues – greater specificity of what disciplinary offenses may be, and this is a guarantee for all magistrates. Because as in all situations in which a person can be subjected to an evaluation procedure, the more specific and clear the rule is, the more a person knows what he risks if he does not do his job well”. “Sometimes – concludes Minister Nordio – there have been and will be misunderstandings, but the openness to dialogue is absolute. The confirmation will be tomorrow, before the CSM and the head of state Sergio Mattarella, when we will make our programmatic declarations", he concludes.

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