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Rule of Law in Italy.

International Commission of Jurists.

Rule of Law in Italy.

by International Commission of Jurists.

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  Raffaele Ladu holds a “laurea” (roughly equivalent to a Master’s Degree) in General and Experimental Psychology from the University of Padua and is now studying Law at the University of is currently a mainframe programmer at the Cariverona Banca Spa, one of the liveliest Italian banks, and he is also an UILCA trade unionist (affiliated to UIL – . ] THE PRINCIPLES OF THE RULE OF LAW the rule of law, as applied, serve fundamental political values and gen-eral legal values. II. TiE PmiNcipcLEs OF T=- RULE OF LAW I will now identify what I consider to be the leading second order principles of the rule of law, all of which I also claim are recognized to.

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