The essay analyses how the health emergency due to the spread of Covid-19 was handled in Italy. It is aimed at examining: the regulatory framework relating to the management of the pandemic; the role of State and Regions in adopting measures to contain the virus; the coordination between State and Regions to deal with the health emergency. In particular, the aim of the essay is to verify whether the State, in managing the pandemic, has respected the constitutional principles that underpin the Italian regional system.

The Management of the Coronavirus Emergency by the Italian Government and the Relationship between State and Regions / G. Marchetti. - In: ATHENS JOURNAL OF LAW. - ISSN 2407-9685. - 7:2(2021 Apr), pp. 129-148. [10.30958/ajl.7-2-1]

The Management of the Coronavirus Emergency by the Italian Government and the Relationship between State and Regions

G. Marchetti
2021

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The essay analyses how the health emergency due to the spread of Covid-19 was handled in Italy. It is aimed at examining: the regulatory framework relating to the management of the pandemic; the role of State and Regions in adopting measures to contain the virus; the coordination between State and Regions to deal with the health emergency. In particular, the aim of the essay is to verify whether the State, in managing the pandemic, has respected the constitutional principles that underpin the Italian regional system.
Coronavirus Emergency Regulation, State and Regions competences, State and Regions coordination, Italian Regional System, Principle of Loyal Cooperation.
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