Domenica, 21 Ottobre 2018

Lombardy governor called for Maugeri corruption questioning


(ANSA) - Milan, July 25 - Lombardy Governor Roberto
Formigoni was called for questioning by prosecutors Wednesday on
corruption suspicions linked to a health-care foundation at the
center of a multi-million-euro fraud investigation.
Authorities last week seized at least 60 million euros in
assets, including property and equities, tied to a probe of the
Pavia-based Maugeri foundation.
In recent months the case has also led to the arrest of
former local councillor Alberto Simone, the former
administrative director of Maugeri.
According to prosecutors, money was redirected away
from the coffers of the foundation through the advice of
businessman Pierangelo Dacco, accused of being the chief money
launderer of the operation.
The money was allegedly passed through a series of
accounts, some off-shore, to try to hide its origins.
The seizures were made in Milan and at resorts in Sardinia
and Liguria.
Formigoni, a strong political ally of former premier Silvio
Berlusconi, denies wrongdoing.

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