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Administrative Justice In Italy: Myths And Reality
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The question of whether it is still possible to justify the existence of the “special jurisdiction” of the administrative court recurrently arises in Italian studies on administrative justice. In this perspective, this study examines three related questions: first, the presumed need to fully implement the Constitutional principle of jurisdiction’s unity; second, whether the Constitutional historical reasons that have so far justified the existence of a special jurisdiction have been superseded; third, whether the system of protection against the public administration that has to be enforced by administrative courts according to the law is still suitable, that is, of potential incompatibility of current enforcement system with the changes in the modern civic society and the features of the post-industrial economy in a global context.

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