Tension between judges, govt over COVID vaccinations

(ANSA) – ROME, MAR 29 – There is tension between Premier
Mario Draghi’s executive and Italy’s judiciary after the
government decided not to put judges among the groups of people
given priority status in the COVID-19 vaccination campaign.
    Unlike teachers and health workers, judicial officials are set
have to wait their turn like the rest of the population, with
the oldest age groups getting vaccinated first.
    On Sunday magistrates union ANM released a statement calling on
court officials to slow down activities and suspend non-urgent
hearings in extreme cases, given that this is the situation.
    (ANSA).
   

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