The head of state convenes the presidents of the Chamber and Senate to highlight the phenomenon. Already a few weeks ago the Colle had called for greater attention
The presidents of the Senate and Chamber, Ignazio La Russa and Lorenzo Fontana, met with the President of the Republic, Sergio Mattarella. Routine meeting with the general secretaries to take stock of the situation of parliamentary work, it was explained at first.
But during the confrontation, in truth, the head of state would have issued a precise warning: too many decrees are presented (in the last period we proceed at the rate of at least one a week), to which amendments are then attached with measures that have little or nothing to do with the matter of the decree itself. A strategy that has always been implemented, in the history of Parliament, often the fastest way to meet the needs of the majority (and not only), but always in close liaison with the government.
Not the first halt of the kind launched by President Mattarella, who in recent weeks had already sent a letter to the top management of Montecitorio and Palazzo Madama, which accompanied the promulgation of the law converting the Milleproroghe decree. Also in this case, Colle's words concerned the excessive heterogeneity of some provisions considered omnibus.
This means that, at the end of the proceedings, provisions with a structure that is sometimes distorted arrive on the table of the Quirinale than authorized at the beginning of each proceeding.
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May 26, 2023 (change May 26, 2023 | 1:54 pm)
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