1. The Italian Constitutional Court (la Corte costituzionale della Repubblica Italiana) was set up for the first time in Italy by the Constituent Assembly that was elected on 2 June 1946, the same day the country chose to become a republic. 2. The Corte costituzionale is regulated by Articles 134 to 137 of the Constitution of the Italian Republic: 22 December 1947 (It), which came into effect on 1 January 1948, as well as by Constitutional Laws 1/1948, 1/1953, and 2/1967, and Statute Law 87/1953. 3. The birth of the Italian Constitutional Court was quite troubled....
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