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The Review aims at a format resembling a two-monthly review, which, thanks to its rhythms, shall have sufficiently long time-limits for thoughtful analysis and sufficiently short deadlines for timely news on the so-called "privatisation of government posts", in the process of being achieved at a swift pace. One Review covering the whole world of "privatised" government posts: a "first" in the publishing world. A Review undoubtedly aiming at exploitation of the subordinate and unique nature of "common law", including the uniformity of collective labour agreements, but which shall also include the peculiarities and dissimilarities observed in individual departments, sectors and public administrations. As a rule, issues are introduced by an editorial, highlighting a significant aspect of institutional, legal or collective labour agreement policies underway. A first section of "doctrine" (in the fully objective sense) follows, with due space reserved to cuts in contributions, on which actual essays, short but original, are scheduled. The first section ends with a rider devoted to "current events", i.e. an issue which has become particularly hot. The second section is devoted to "case law", a subject which is of major significance to the Review's economics. As always, we have attempted to reconcile the ensuing and inevitable two-sided requirements. On one hand, the need for a fully comprehensive Review, as regards sentences, starting, obviously, with those sentences issued by High Courts, and a selective introduction to symbolic sentences. A binding choice today, with administrative case law merged into the Council of State and Regional Administrative Court, but even more binding tomorrow, with routine case law scheduled for triple jurisdiction, including increased dispersion, from a territorial viewpoint. The third section "columns", opens with the "Cases and issues" column, which shall attempt to give advance news on case law casuistry expected in the wake of transfer of jurisdiction. Two other columns follow, to complete the news, respectively devoted to sources regarding provisions and collective labour agreements, including bibliography. "Documentation", the last but not the least important fourth section, will publish material having a legal, administrative and collective labour agreement source, the above certainly without any claim to being fully comprehensive, but performed through careful and targeted selection, able to supply texts considered the most interesting. Moreover, the shortcoming in comprehensiveness will be remedied by the column on sources, regarding provisions and collective labour agreements. A special observatory closes the fourth section, devoted to supplementary collective labour agreements, and will host systematic reconnaissance or exemplary cases each time.
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