Yesterday he ended up in the Prime Minister’s sights for a recent interview with Repubblica in which he raised doubts and concerns for the new year
Julian Amato leaves the presidency of the Algorithms Commission. To announce it, following Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni’s ‘beginning of the year’ press conference, is the former Prime Minister himself in an interview with Corriere della Sera: the body in question, established to study risks and opportunities linked to artificial intelligence, “is a commission of the Presidency of the Council, and given that my appointment It doesn’t appear to be an initiative of the Prime Minister, I will certainly leave the position.” “It’s a shame, they lose something… But it will make my life easier”, adds the constitutionalist.
Amato, who yesterday ended up in the Prime Minister’s sights for a recent interview with Repubblica in which he raised doubts and concerns for the new year, claims to have “absolutely not talked about the election of the judges of the Constitutional Court”. “I highlighted another problem, as anyone who has actually read the interview knows. I spoke about the reception of the Court’s decisions, whoever elected it, and to date in Italy it has never been the Prime Minister who has raised this question Other members of your majority started, but not you.”
In the interview commented by Meloni, Amato also spoke of the risk that the Constitutional Courts are branded as enemies of the community, citing the case of Poland, and “I also said that in our country what happened there now is inconceivable”. “Of course it could happen because there is nothing to prevent it, but now it is considered inconceivable”, he reiterates.