Martedì, 23 Ottobre 2018

Napolitano's case against magistrates ruled admissible


(ANSA) - Rome, September 19 - The Constitutional Court on
Tuesday ruled the case of a dispute between Palermo magistrates
and Italian President Giorgio Napolitano was admissible.
Napolitano turned to the Constitutional Court in July to
intervene in Palermo prosectors' handling of wiretaps recorded
during a probe into alleged State-mafia negotiations in the
early 1990s.
The Italian president said that magistrates had surpassed
their powers by wiretapping the conversations of one of his
legal advisors during their investigations and failing to
destroy them afterwards, as the constitution mandates.
"We aren't surprised," said Palermo magistrate Francesco
Messineo. "The admissibility ruling is a procedural step".

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