Rights court rules against Italy for changing laws mid-trial

Must pay 872,000 euros to 32 parties

(ANSA) - Strasbourg, June 24 - The European Court of Human Rights ruled against Italy on Tuesday for once again introducing laws that are will affect the outcome of pending litigation. The court ruled Italy must pay 872,000 euros to 32 offended parties deemed to have been denied their right to a fair trial.
   

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