The paper analyzes the recent jurisprudence of the Constitutional Court on the administrative follow-up of the constitutional illegitimacy decisions of the law. In particular, the Court with sentence n. 57/2019, rendered on a judgment for conflict of attributions between entities, assessed the suitability of administrative inertia to preserve or restore the effects of the law declared unconstitutional. Essentially, with this decision the Court considered, in the presence of certain conditions, to be able to take on the role of judge of compliance, censuring the work of the inactive administration.

La Corte costituzionale quale giudice dell'ottemperanza

NICO ANNA MARIA
2020

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The paper analyzes the recent jurisprudence of the Constitutional Court on the administrative follow-up of the constitutional illegitimacy decisions of the law. In particular, the Court with sentence n. 57/2019, rendered on a judgment for conflict of attributions between entities, assessed the suitability of administrative inertia to preserve or restore the effects of the law declared unconstitutional. Essentially, with this decision the Court considered, in the presence of certain conditions, to be able to take on the role of judge of compliance, censuring the work of the inactive administration.
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