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Lettori Win Again But Fear Houdini Tactics The information necessary to disprove the claims in David Petrie’s (Jan/Feb 2002) response to Domenico Pacitti’s “Lettori Win Again But Fear Italian Houdini Tactics” (Nov/Dec 2001) is all in the public domain. First, according to Mr. Petrie, there is no evidence that the Irish government successfully lobbied the European Commission to open infringement proceedings. I would point out that prior to Ireland’s assumption of the Presidency of the European Union, the European Commission’s official and documented position on the lettori was that “direct implementation of Community law by national (i.e. Italian) courts should be more productive […] than legal […]
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