“I believe that the strike” of the magistrates “is a mistake, a highly inappropriate choice”. So at the Adnkronos the former anti-mafia prosecutor, now a lawyer, Antonio Ingroia about the protest on Monday 16 May against the reform of the CSM and the judiciary. “As a magistrate, in past years – he observes -, I joined almost all the strikes that the Anm has called in moments of effective and concrete ‘hand-to-hand’ with politics that tried to ‘strangle’ autonomy and independence of the judiciary. Today I only see political proposals on the subject of justice that are useless or inefficient but are not against the judiciary. I am quite critical of both the Cartabia reform and most of the referendums on justice, but the point is not this, the point is that the judiciary must also make self-criticism or in any case be aware that it is one of the moments of less appeal or credibility in the eyes of citizens “. “And therefore – concludes Ingroia – using the last weapon available to the judiciary, that is the strike, to deal with these reform projects, which I still believe to be wrong, risks being counterproductive, risks giving the image of a corporate judiciary that wants to protect its privileges and prerogatives, and therefore risks making things worse rather than improving them “.