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40 years of the Rognoni-La Torre law, in Palermo we talk about it at “Palazzo delle Aquile”

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The meeting “40 years of the Rognoni-La Torre law will take place in Palermo on April 8 at 16:00, at the“ Sala delle Tombidi ”of the Palazzo delle Aquile.
The event, organized by the “Association to honor the memory of the fallen in the fight against the mafia“And by the Presidency of the Municipal Council of Palermo, sees the collaboration of”Participate in Palermo“, from the “Joe Petrosino International Association“, from the “Union of Forensic Orders of Sicily“And the National Presidency of the”ANSI“.

The meeting will be introduced by Sen.
Carmine Mancusopresident of the “Association to honor the memory of the fallen in the fight against the mafia“.
Reports by dr.
Antonio BalsamoPresident of the Court of Palermo, of prof.
Francesco Callariprofessor of the judicial system of Unipa, of the lawyer.
Nino Calecacriminal lawyer and of the lawyer Gioacchino Genchicriminal lawyer.

The interventions of dr.
Leopoldo LaricchiaQuaestor of Palermo, of dr.
Vincenzo TerranovaPresident of the Court of Assizes of Palermo, of the lawyer.
Giuseppe di StefanoPresident of the “Union of Forensic Orders of Sicily”, of dr.
Marco Romanoeditor of “Giornale di Sicilia”, of the lawyer.
Antonello ArmettaPresident of the “Council of the Bar Association” of Palermo and of dr.
Leonardo Agueci, former Deputy Prosecutor of Palermo.
The meeting will be moderated by dr.
Lillo MiceliJournalist.

There law n.
646, of 13 September 1982, known as lawRognoni-La Torre“, Introduced for the first time in the penal code the provision of the crime of“ mafia-type association ”(art.
416 bis) and the consequent provision of patrimonial measures applicable to the illicit accumulation of capital.
Some intuitions of Pio La Torre’s initial project were developed only in the subsequent legislation, such as the one introduced with law no.
109 of 1996 which provided for the re-use of confiscated assets for social purposes, with a twofold objective: to prevent their recovery by criminal organizations; return them to the community to make the restoration of legality and dignity concrete, effective and evident “.