According to Adnkronos, the lawyers of former CSM advisor Luca Palamara have filed an appeal with the European Court of Human Rights against his removal from the judiciary. The appeal disputes “the violation of the principles of impartiality of the disciplinary section of the CSM which judged despite the fact that Dr. Camillo Davigo could not compose that board and despite the existence of negative judgments already expressed on the affair of the champagne hotel”. In the appeal filed by Professor Federico Tedeschini, Professor Roberto Rampioni, Attorney Benedetto Buratti and Attorney Ludovica Palla, the violation of Article 6 of the ECHR is particularly complained of insofar as “the right of ‘today’s appellant to a fair trial, in terms of impartiality and impartiality, given the failure to abstention and the unwilling recusal of Dr. Davigo who held the role of disciplinary judge despite having had knowledge of the facts subject to blame outside the disciplinary procedure “. As well as” as Dr. Palamara was prevented from his right of defense by denying the admission of decisive evidence to prove his innocence “, explain the lawyers. In an upcoming press conference, the former magistrate’s lawyers announce, the details of the appeal will be explained also in light of the cancellation by the State Council of the appointment of the deputy president of the Cassation, Dr. Cassano, who chaired the college of joint sections which confirmed the decision to remove the CSM.