Domenico Ielo

PhD in "Organisation and Functioning of the Public Administration", Lawyer at the Higher Courts at the Bar of Milan, Adjunct Professor at the University of Milan

The article deals with the administrative procedures for the exercise of "golden powers" by the government and the related judicial review. More specifically, such judicial review must take into account, on the one hand, the protection of national interests and, on the other, the observance of the principle of legality: the latter with particular regard to the identification of the conditions on which the exercise of such powers is based. The parameters on which judicial review is based are the principle of proportionality and respect for procedural guarantees.

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