The conference aims to analyze the current institutional and administrative organization of mountain territories. Article. 44, co. 2 of the Constitution states that legislation should
make measures available in favour of mountain areas; in turn, Art. 118, co. 1, of the Constitution, requires that legislators organize the attribution of administrative functions in mountain territories according to the principles of subsidiarity, adequacy and differentiation.
On the basis of these indications, the Italian legislator has always been searching for regulatory and organizational solutions on the one hand efficient, but also capable of adapting to the multiple diversity and needs and criticalities of Italian mountain areas.
The conference will illustrate the current regulatory framework, with a look at the experience of other European countries and with considerations regarding possible innovative solutions for the future.
Speaker: Prof. Mario Gorlani, Professor of Public Law at the Department of Economics & Management of the University of Brescia. Holder of public law and public administration and territorial autonomy law courses.
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