Enrico Letta: Italy’s challenge to supremacy of EU law

I am pleased to announce that around 15.00 on Monday 25 November 2013 the European Parliament’s Petitions Committee has invited to give  evidence on the effects of Italy’s “Gelmini” law which extinguishes basic legal rights of non-Italian teaching staff in Italy’s universities.

We are very grateful to the Petitions Committee.

I am also grateful to the editor of The Italian Insider for allowing me to publish an appeal to Prime Minister Enrico Letta who was a much respected member of the European Parliament.

Lettori: Open Letter to Enrico Letta

Please note that the Committee proceedings can be followed as a webcast via European Parliament streaming over the following link:

http://www.europarl.europa.eu/activities/committees/homeCom.do?language=EN&body=PETI either live or deferred as of the following day.

David Martin, Vice President of the European Parliament with lettori from Verona University - 1995

David Martin, Vice President of the European Parliament with lettori from Verona University – 1995

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One Response to Enrico Letta: Italy’s challenge to supremacy of EU law

  1. Mina S. says:

    E’ strano che per dimostrare le cose evidenti bisogna lottare tantissimi anni, coinvolgere politici delle vari nazioni. Il sistema anziche minimizzare il ruolo del lettore straniero dovrebbe sostenerlo perche e’ unica fonte sicura che permette di imparare una lingua straniera come si deve restando in Italia. Peccato che lettori devono impiegare forza, tempo e risorse per questa lotta anziche’ dedicarli agli studenti

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