Sometimes even the most complex stories have a happy ending. as in the case of Gaia Padovani, the first blind person to graduate in medicine in Italy, at Sapienza in Rome in 2018, which on November 4 He will never have to take a psychiatry school entrance exam again, as it was Request by Miur. Gaia in 2019 did not pass the entrance exam, but The Administrative Court had approved her acceptance: And so Dr. Padovani has been attending classes for two years, and for a few months also in the Policlinico Umberto I ward.
is today State Council decision that reserve solution and Lazio tar penalty suspended that was Order to repeat the test after about two years NS is expected From the Ministry of the University and the search for November 4, with a minimum notice of approximately 20 days. “The Council of State, by order of reason – explained Gaia’s attorney, Attorney Michel Bonetti – in addition to suspending Tarr’s sentence Emphasize the risk of having to interrupt the profitable course Padovani hopes for a comprehensive reassessment of the position of the interested party.”
Counsel Bonetti hopes that “the trial will not continue in the normal phase of merit already scheduled for 2022 and that the institutions will take responsibility for this situation by correcting the applicant’s position. It was He affirmed the constitutionally guaranteed right to study and work».
October 29, 2021 | 19:47
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