Italian Constitutional Justice In Global Context
1956-2016: the Italian Constitutional Court just turned 60, as her first decision was issued in June 1056. It was a momentous event for the Italian Republic. Not only did a new institution move her first step in the new constitutional framework, but also she spoke with authority. She affirmed her jurisdiction over the old legislation enacted before the Republican Constitution; she acted as a guardian of citizens’ freedom and stroke down a fascist provision very restrictive of freedom of speech.