The court decision came following an appeal by a trainee nurse in his third year of nursing school who was refused entry to the University of Palermo. The monumental decision was issued by the Italian court who ruled that COVID vaccine mandates were unconstitutional after citing ‘fatal side effects.’
Italy’s mandatory COVID immunization legislation has been deemed unlawful by an Italian court.
On March 23, Sicily’s Court of Administrative Justice issued a judgement (read below) contesting the constitutionality of a vaccine mandate implemented in the country since October 2021 that compels most workers to produce proof of immunization against COVID-19 to enter their workplace.
The court referred to “adverse events,” “lack of informed consent,” “lack of pharmacovigilance,” and “lack of pre-vaccination triage” as “critical issues” that rendered the compulsion unlawful.
In a video released on Rumble the other week, Italian lawyer Marco Mori reflected on the unprecedented verdict.
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The decision came following an appeal by a trainee nurse in his third year of nursing school who was refused entry to the University of Palermo and was forbidden to complete his studies because he had not been vaccinated.
In support of the nurse, the court recognized the arguments of lawyers Vincenzo Sparti and Roberto De Petro.
The two lawyers cited in their appeal a multitude of investigative findings by the Italian Medicine Agency (AIFA) on various vaccines that revealed COVID vaccines had a larger percentage of adverse events per dosage provided than any other vaccine.
There were major and fatal adverse effects among them.
Despite the higher numbers and percentage of adverse events, the court contended that “the criterion set by the Constitutional Court for compulsory medical treatments to be enforced is not likely to include a quantitative evaluation,” implying that the number of adverse outcomes should not be used to ascertain the constitutionality of the mandate, as per the Sicilian court.
Rather, the court concentrated on the seriousness of probable adverse events.
“The lawfulness of a mandatory vaccination is to be excluded, if it uses products whose effects on the vaccinated patients’ health exceed the threshold of normal tolerability, which cannot include the risk of serious or fatal adverse effects, even if these are small portion in relation to the vaccinated population,” the court said.
The potential for significant or even deadly side effects, according to the court, immediately renders the compulsion unlawful.
The court also raised a variety of other concerns with mandatory vaccination in Italy, such as an absence of active pharmacovigilance, a shortage of pre-vaccination triage and informed consent, and the reality that those who reject vaccination are frequently denied employment or have their training hampered.
The court reached the conclusion that the mandatory vaccination stance provides “no evidence or certainty of an individual or collective health benefit which would be greater than potential damage to [the health of] individuals,” but on the contrary, “there appears to be a lack of adequate balance between important constitutional values, such as the protection of health on the one hand and the ability to work and study on the other.”
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