“This justice reform is the worst ever.” “Cartabia has probably never been in a courtroom.” The judgment that magistrate Nicola Gratteri, attorney general of the Catanzaro prosecutor’s office, gives of the reform just dismissed by the Council of Ministers with the unanimity of all the government forces, including Cinquestelle, is very heavy.
Gratteri had already expressed himself critically on the text wanted by the former president of the Constitutional Court, but a guest at In Onda sharpens his weapons even more. “This reform represents a trap for trials and is like Berlusconi’s brief trial, just as it is. Indeed, Berlusconi may have made some ad personam laws, but at least he did not put his hands so heavily on justice. This is the worst reform ever written. “. And again: “The appellate magistrates will be happy with this reform, because their work will decrease. It will be enough to write” inadmissible “on a trial and the work will be finished … 50% of the appellate trials will end up in pulp and they will get away with it thousands of defendants already convicted in the first instance “.
Then comes the contemptuous judgments on Cartabia, which despite having presided over the consultation does not collect the esteem of the colleague. “Either she has never been to a court or she has never spoken to a magistrate.”
The question is: how will the Grillini militants take these words after seeing their representatives approve the reform? Mystery…