You can leave the European Union? And from the Euro remaining in the EU?
And a referendum on monetary sovereignty can be held? Or a bill?
The answer to each of the questions is “No”, as below I demonstrate, and at the same time I demonstrate that while Italy is tied by wire to the European Union, however, one can get out of it by invoking the sovereignty of the pre-unification states which has never ceased, namely “coming out of the unification of Italy” which in reality was an illegal and abusive invasion of the pre-unification states by the King of Sardinia and Piedmont .
Let's start with some objective facts.
Cwith the consultative referendum of the 1989 THE Italian people approved the delegation of constituent powers to the european parliament , basically a blank checkbook. This led to the accession to the Treaty of Maastrith which established the European Economic Community which then became the European Union and finally a super state because it contains an expansion clause which progressively strips the states.
It is not the first time that the inhabitants of the peninsula have stripped themselves of sovereignty, the vote of the Constituent Assembly was the same nonsense: in 1946 delegates were voted to make a new constitution, these obviously with the Constitutional Charter took power by depriving the people of the election of any high office and leaving them only the abrogative referendum on a few things, and they didn't even get the final text approved. However it should be remembered that as I first demonstrated in the 2006 the vote of the Constituent Assembly and of the Referendum Monarchy-Republic saw the exclusion of Istria, of Dalmatia, of the Adriatic and Ionian islands, sold only in 1947, therefore the quorum for the Republic was lacking.
For the Constitutional Court, EU membership (former European Community) complies with Article 10 of the Constitution, i.e. membership of an international body.
According to the Constitution, sovereignty is exercised only in the ways provided for by the Constitution ( art.1). In practice, the sovereignty that belongs to the people is limited because by Constitution it cannot:
- elect the President of the Republic, nor the President of the Government, nor the President of a Chamber, nor the Presidents of the High Courts, nor the presidents of the Regional Courts (TAR) or civil and criminal, nor the prefects. Recently the Italians have been deprived of the right to even elect the President and the Provincial Council in violation of the law Charter of Autonomies of the Council of Europe.
- it cannot propose a referendum for the direct approval of a law proposed directly by the people
- cannot repeal laws on tributes, taxes etc
- cannot ask to leave the international treaties signed (I go back after)
- it cannot choose candidates for party elections (are chosen by the parties)
- he cannot refuse to participate in a war started in someone else's house
In particular for the art. 75 c.1 Cost. “Referendum is not allowed for laws [ ..] authorization to ratify international treaties” and as mentioned, EU membership is an international treaty.
For the same device, the Italian people cannot decide to leave NATO, dall'HOR ecc .
Indeed, it is the Chambers that adhere to these things, the matter is taken away from the popular union because
"The Chambers authorize by law the ratification of international treaties which are of a political nature, or provide for arbitration or judicial settlement, or import changes in the territory or burdens on finances or modifications of laws." (art. 80 Cost.)
The European norms are in the same normative rank of the Constitution for the article 10 of the Constitution, Rather, in many cases they prevail over domestic law for the EU and TFEU treaties.
art. 3 C. 4 of the EU Treaty reads “The Union establishes an economic and monetary union whose currency is the euro.“
L’ Article 119 TFUE (Treaty Operation EU) “1. For the purposes set out in the article 3 of the Treaty on European Union, action by the Member States and the Union includes, under the conditions set out in the treaties, the adoption of an economic policy which is based on the close coordination of the economic policies of the Member States, [..].
2. In parallel, under the conditions and according to the procedures laid down in the Treaties, this action includes a single currency, the euro, as well as the definition and conduct of a single monetary policy and exchange rate policy, whose main objective is to maintain price stability e, except for this purpose, of [..]“
in “European notebooks” n° 14 of the Senate the note 16 reported that “The correctness of the criterion is confirmed by the Constitutional Court which, Judgment No. 41 of the 2000, ruled that a referendum aimed at the repeal of internal legislation cannot be considered admissible, having content such as to constitute for the Italian State the fulfillment of a precise obligation deriving from membership of the European Union, where such abrogation leaves this obligation completely unfulfilled. The Court consequently declared the inadmissibility of the referendum, "having once again to exclude that the exposure of the Italian State to liability towards the European Community could derive from the referendum repeal of internal regulations”.
Therefore, neither a referendum to leave the EU can be hypothesized, as a treaty equivalent to international treaties, nor is it possible to hypothesize a referendum to leave the Euro because it would expose the Italian State to a responsibility towards the European Community today the EU.
However, it could be hypothesized that the Chambers themselves passed a law to regain possession of monetary sovereignty.
First of all, it is necessary to highlight that, according to the Constitution, the competence over money belongs to the State, in fact, in article 117, the paragraph 2 reads that “The state has exclusive legislation in the following matters: [.. ]
E) currency, protection of savings and financial markets; competition protection; currency system; State tax and accounting system; harmonization of public budgets; equalization of financial resources;”
However, for the paragraph 1 art.117 Cost “Legislative power is exercised by the State and the Regions in compliance with the Constitution, as well as the resulting constraints by the Community law and international obligations.”.
Therefore the State cannot exercise monetary power except in compliance with the constraints of membership of the European Union, and in practice it must obey the European Central Bank.
Obviously it can be theorized that the parliament will reform Article 117 of the Constitution, removing the constraint of obedience to the community order, it could take a year and a half to do it, but obviously we need a political majority that is not pro-European, therefore of a completely different sign from the majorities that have given support to the Conte government, to that Dragons, majorities that have been prone to the worst atrocities of the EU and WHO, for example on the purchase of billions of doses of vaccines of unproven efficacy. Meloni has reiterated for months and continuously his position of total membership of NATO and the EU, long before becoming head of government, and has proven to be so to this day.
To date it is therefore unrealistic to think that an Italian parliament votes for the re-appropriation of the currency through the exit from the EU, at least as long as the members of the Italian parliament are not actually chosen by the citizens except as a mere acceptance of the choices imposed. Let's say it again: citizens do not vote freely, they are only called upon to ratify the choices of the parties piloted by lenders and promoted by the media. What is ratified by citizens is what you see on TV, those elected are actually decided by the media which artfully create the political careers of real actors. If there is real opposition in the country, the regime creates a clone of it, and slaps it on the TV ad nauseum so that the original party's following is piped into the clone one, which of course, if he were to come to power due to a bizarre electoral outcome, then in fact he will do nothing more than what he is instructed to do.
If necessary, he intervenes to direct the vote, or sweep some disobedient party, historically the judiciary has intervened to do so.
When that wasn't enough, historically there have been terrorist acts that have polarized the electorate towards the historical and moderate parties.
Eventually we also recorded the sudden death of political leaders who threatened an unplanned change.
For more, the huge Italian public debt (today in Euros) it is mainly in the hands of foreign private banks, and they can request the return of hundreds of billions without any warning and for no reason, they are contracts signed since the days when Draghi was director and not yet governor of the Bank of Italy .
So let's go back to the coin. There are those who think of making a popular law proposal to regain possession of monetary sovereignty and have it exercised by the State.
Even leaving out the legal issues that would prevent its approval, i.e. the constitutional limits, but which parliament would vote for such a thing going in violation of EU rules and therefore in contrast to the western financial system? Italy should first secure an alliance with alternative financial powers such as China or the BRICS, and before doing so it would certainly undergo a coup d'état as we have now seen done on several similar occasions.
Not even Meloni came to government without it Before ensure compliance with the EU/NATO framework.
But even if it happens that Meloni suddenly changes her mind and pushes for a law to re-appropriate state competence over money, or that the Parliament, in its independence and without the favor of the Government, voted a law that would resume monetary sovereignty, most likely the President of the Republic would not sign it and would send it back to the classrooms for violating EU rules, and in the meantime, if Parliament were intent on adjusting the shot, there would most likely be a political crisis, casually, determined by the lack of trust in the Government, and the President should dissolve the Houses and go to elections. The law would no longer be passed.
And finally, if even the President of the Republic approved the law and had it published in the Official Gazette, here is that the Constitutional Court could declare it unconstitutional as in violation of the EU treaty, as already in the previous sentence and as demonstrated in vaccine case and in the case law on the Venetian national minority . E’ now clearly demonstrated by the facts that the Constitutional Court is not a legal bulwark, it is a political bulwark that serves to keep Italy in line with the West even and despite the popular will and the human rights of treaties such as the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights or treatises such as the Oviedo Convention .
Italy cannot leave the Euro and remain in the EU, this is prevented by treaties and also by the Constitution.
In fact, Italy cannot leave the EU because the Constitution prevents a popular referendum that decides it, and for the same reason it cannot even leave NATO and other bodies such as the UN.
For the same reasons regarding monetary sovereignty, the proposals aimed at allowing in the Constitution the possibility of consultative referendums also on international treaties are in fact unattainable, and that for deliberative referendums, i.e. the form of referendum that allows the approval of a law directly through the direct popular vote. These are proposals that will never reach the desired result if not in a partial form not able to change the current NATO and EU structure.
To return to full sovereignty, Italy should first change the hidden political leadership and the elected one (which is highly unlikely), then the Constitution in many points (operation even more unrealistic and I would say impossible) and finally take those Exit steps which would probably be paved with coups, murders, etc. So it is better to change the phrase into the national anthem “slave of Rome, God created it” In “Slave of Banks, the EU took it“.
But there is some other legal way back to institutions based on the sovereignty of citizens ? AND, And I explain.
Italy, i.e. the Italian State derives from the Kingdom of Italy, a monarchy, through the referendum of 1946, which is believed to have decided its transformation into a Republic.
The Kingdom of Italy was actually a self-proclamation of Vittorio Emanuele di Savoia after the Kingdom of Sardinia-Piedmont which he held had “expanded” on the other pre-unification States, namely by invading the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies, the various Ducatis, the Papal States and Lombardy-Venetia. In reality, Piedmont-Sardinia invaded the other pre-unification states illegally and in violation of the international law of the time still in force today.
E’ It was an operation financed and desired by the banking masonries, who in practice financed the illegal invasion of the prosperous Italian states to empty them of their gold coffers, and they did so using the most shabby and retrograde state of the peninsula as a pawn, Piedmont-Sardinia.
What Italian historiography calls “annexations” and plebiscites were actually illegal invasions because they violated the principles of territorial integrity of states and self-government of peoples. AND, Italy was born from invasions that we today contest against Russia
The enlargement of Sardinia-Piedmont to the other Italian states being illegal, and we have proof, the pre-unification states can become sovereign again with an international appeal, and it will happen when the citizens of their respective states claim their sovereignty, that it is only theirs and is not defunct.
Here you can get out of the Euro, from the EU, by NATO and also by the WHO and the UN, but it is necessary to leave Italy, or better, to get Italy out of the pre-unification States, also requesting compensation for damages.
At that point the pre-unification States would find themselves free from debts and with their own currency, i.e. with the maximum rating, and possibly free to unite in a confederal form among themselves or with others. Not only, instead of having to pay an incurable public debt in the hands of bankers, citizens of the pre-unification states would claim a right to compensation not only from Sardinia-Piedmont, but also from the EU!
If you don't like this perspective by virtue of a vulgar Italian nationalism that has been defunct for decades, then all that remains is to continue with the chatter, with petitions, with useless bills, with unheard supplications to the mighty, with useless ghost parties because, when truthful, censored by the media. With the referendum rejected.
In short, the solution to exit the EU and the Euro is there, but we must first free ourselves from the mental superstructure inculcated by the fake Italian institutions, i.e. from Italian nationalism and its lies. But it's not difficult, just study the real counter-history d”Italy and my blog.
Loris Palmerini 01/12/22