Bill to Dissolve Neo-fascist Movement is Backed by Italian Jurists

A resolution supporting a bill pending in Parliament for the last year, calling for the dissolution of the neo-fascist Movimento Sociale Italiano, was adopted here last night at a meeting called to analyze the resurgence of fascist movements in Italy.

Mayor Giorgio La Pira was chairman of the meeting, which was attended by a number of magistrates, other jurists, members of Parliament and members of university faculties. The bill, introduced by Sen. Ferruccio Parri, calls for dissolution of the neo-fascist movement on the grounds that it violates the Italian Constitution which prohibits “the reorganization of the disbanded Fascist Party in any form.”

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