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Marcello Clarich
The Rules On Public Contracts In Italy After The Code Of Public Contracts
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The approval of the Code of Public Contracts, in implementation of the European Directives, has changed the traditional approach of the Italian legislator to the regulation of public contracts. However the public contracts sector is still unstable from a legislative perspective and the application of the rules is characterised by uncertainty and variations. All this has negative repercussions on the activities of the contracting authorities, the undertakings and, more generally, legal operators. The author calls for a legislative moratorium in order to stabilise and complete the regulatory framework.

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