The High Council of the Judiciary (Italian: Consiglio superiore della magistratura, or CSM) is an Italian institution of constitutional importance, which regulates the Ordinary Judiciary of Italy. The High Council is based in the Palazzo dei Marescialli, in Piazza Indipendenza 6. The council was first named in Article 4 of law 511 of 1907, which instituted it along with the Ministry of Justice, essentially as a consultative organ, with a largely administrative role in the naming of individual officials within the judiciary. A few months later, Giovanni Giolitti's government passed law 689 of 1907 which defined the new council. Although, obviously, it was to run the judiciary in the name of King of Italy, its members were arranged as dependents of the government. More information...

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