Albanian student question put in difficulty the Italian President Sergio Mattarella


 Italian media have published an interesting video during a meeting the Italian President had with some high school students.

All had the opportunity to ask questions to the President of the Republic, Sergio Mattarella. But what caught the attention was the question of the Albanian boy called Fabio Sinani.

"During your daily work, do you have to sign laws that you disagree with and how do zou behave in these cases?" Was the question of the Albanian child.

The president acknowledged that it was an interesting question, while gave that answer:

"When I have any measure, any law of Parliament or a government decree, even if I does't completely agree with it, I have the duty to sign it, even if I think otherwise.


I must abandon my personal beliefs because I must respect what the Constitution says: The choice of laws belongs to the Parliament. And if I do not sign it, I go against the Constitution.

But there is a case in which I may not sign: when laws or administrative acts clearly oppose the Constitution.

But in all other cases, my ideas and attitudes are not counted. And I have the obligation to sign, because if everyone thinks their personal ideas prevail over the rules dictated by the Constitution, the republic would no longer function,"- said the Italian president.

The meeting was held on November 2017 but the Italian media brought it back because of the political situation since the president refused to mandate the ruling party "Movement 5 Stars" and "Lega Nord" by considering it as anti-European.
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