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Anci, battle over the third mandate for Municipalities does not end here - Last hour

2024-02-22T17:52:08.979Z

Highlights: Anci, battle over the third mandate for Municipalities does not end here - Last hour. President of Anci Antonio Decaro says so. Decaro: "The permanence of the limit only above the threshold of 15 thousand inhabitants is unreasonable and creates unsustainable situations" "Like Anci - warns Decaro - we believe that there are the conditions to raise a question of the constitutional legitimacy of the current rules", says Anci's president. "Now that that right is recognized for all others, their exclusion becomes real discrimination: unjust and incomprehensible"


"The game on the third mandate for all the Municipalities does not end here because the ANCI will not let this battle fall, which we have always conducted in a united manner". The president of Anci Antonio Decaro says so. (HANDLE)


"The game on the third mandate for all the Municipalities does not end here because the ANCI will not let this battle fall, which we have always conducted in a united manner".

The president of Anci Antonio Decaro says so.

"After the Elections decree abolished the limit of mandates for Municipalities under 5 thousand inhabitants and raised the limit of mandates for Municipalities up to 15 thousand to 3 - he adds - it seemed logical and inevitable that the same question also arose for the last 730 mayors (out of a total of almost 8000 in all of Italy!) remained with the limit of two mandates, i.e. those of municipalities over 15 thousand inhabitants".

For the president of Anci "the permanence of the limit only above the threshold of 15 thousand inhabitants is unreasonable and creates unsustainable situations, such as those of municipalities with almost identical populations, perhaps distant a few kilometers from each other, whose voters will not, however, have the same right to confirm or not their mayor".

"Like Anci - warns Decaro - we believe that there are the conditions to raise a question of the constitutional legitimacy of the current rules and we will ask the Councils of local autonomies to propose to their Regions an appeal to the Constitutional Court".

This is because, he adds, "now that that right is recognized for all others, their exclusion becomes real discrimination: unjust, incomprehensible and probably unconstitutional, given that it alters equality between citizens both with regards to the active electorate and the passive electorate" .


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