Keywords: Constitutional Court, Constitutional Process, Procedural Laws, Amicus Curiae, Parts of the Judgement, Position of Government.
The article concerns the approval by the Constitutional Court of new supplementary rules
for judgments before the Court. These are rules that have attracted the attention of scholars
especially with reference to the introduction of the amicus curiae institute into our legal
system. Other changes were introduced by the recent reform. In particular, it concerned the
regulation of intervention in the constitutional judgment and also provided for the possibility
of summoning experts of clear reputation before the Court in order to obtain “information
pertaining to specific disciplinesµ (art. 14-bis, Supplementary Rules). Both in relation
to the institution indicated above, and with regard to the amicus curiae, scholars have raised
several doubts that appear to be largely shared.