New Chief Justice for Italy

New Chief Justice for Italy

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The new first president of the Supreme Court is Giovanni Mammone, currently secretary general of the Supreme Court. The plenum of the CSM unanimously appointed him in an extraordinary session presided over by the head of state. Originally from Avellino, 67, Mammone was previously a councilor of the CSM elected in the Independent Magistracy group.

The career in the judiciary
A career played between the CSM and the Supreme Court, that of the new president of the Supreme Court Giovanni Mammone. At the CSM he first arrived in 1991
as a magistrate assigned to the Studies Office. The jump in 2002, when he was elected councilor togato at the Palace of the marshals with the group of Independent Magistracy. The landing in the Supreme Court is in 1998 and since then, except for four years as a member of the CSM, has no longer left the Supreme Court. Entered as a magistrate of appeal applied to the Massimario, Mammone in Piazza Cavour has quickly climbed all the steps of his career. A councilor since 2007, he became president of the section in 2016, assigned to the Employment section, with responsibility for the coordination of the Pensions and Assistance sector. In the same year he was nominated as general secretary. The first steps in the magistrature Mammone moved them instead to Monsummano Terme as a judge. In 1982 he was appointed judge of the Court of Pistoia and seven years after his arrival in Rome as a judge of labor.