The sanctions of the Banca d’Italia in the context of administrative sanctions between «myth» and «reality»
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After some premises on the general concept of administrative sanctions, the article
deals with the ones imposed by the Banca d’Italia through an analysis of the caselaw
of the last five years. The article firstly comes to the conclusion that the attribution
of the jurisdiction to the ordinary judge (from 2014) rather than to the administrative
judge could have impacts on the outcome of the appeal and secondly that it is
no longer possible to sustain their non-affective nature, with the consequences on the
procedure and on the trial established by the european jurisprudence.