"Crosetto is the first to have to defend the autonomy and independence of the judiciary. He raised that cry of alarm precisely because he was worried about the pitfalls that could lurk behind the guarantee of autonomy and independence. The government is in favour of the autonomy of the judiciary because it becomes a guarantee for all. I see nothing but a storm in a glass of water." Crosetto's message "is 'let's be careful, I see pitfalls in the judiciary'.
If he had not done so, he would have been silent and complicit with those who believe they are undermining this independence. The truth is that we must dialogue more with the judicial order, each in its own autonomy, we must avoid criticising production on each other and, with mutual respect, ensure that the institutional balance is guaranteed in this nation, which is the cradle of civilisation. I have great confidence in the judiciary, especially in the one that is independent and autonomous, then that there is someone inside who thinks he is doing politics, well, this seems all too clear to me and must be neutralized, and I think that the judiciary itself will have to neutralize it."
This was said by Nello Musumeci, Minister for Civil Protection and Sea Policies, on the sidelines of the event "Regulatory simplification between present and future".
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