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The description above provides a general outline of the system up to the promulgation of the new Italian Constitution in 1947, which imposed a different and updated approach and interpretation of the old rules, influencing in a decisive manner the order of the powers of the individuals and of the State and, above all, the relationship between the citizens and the State.
The Italian legal system, as founded on Roman and Germanic traditions and based on the written laws value, is a "Civil Law system".
It is deeply different from the legal system of the English-speaking countries (so called "Common Law systems"), developed by royal courts of justice and basically structured as a "Jurisprudencial Law", in which just the judges make law, binding by means of their sentences the following judicial decisions.
The Italian Constitution was published in a special issue of the "" [Official Gazette of the Republic] on 27 December 1947.
The text can almost always be found together with publications of the 5 Codes ("Codice Civile", "Codice di Procedura Civile", "Codice penale", "Codice di Procedura Penale", "Codice della Navigazione" - Civil Code, Code of Civil Procedure, Penal Code, Code of Criminal Procedure, Code of Navigation).