Domenica, 21 Ottobre 2018

Prosecutor Dambruoso asks leave of absence for elections


Rome, December 27 - Former anti-terrorism
prosecutor Stefano Dambruoso has applied for a leave of absence
from his judicial work in order to run in the upcoming February
general elections, the second top Italian magistrate to
announced such a move on Thursday.
Dambruoso's leave of absence request is expected to be
evaluated by judicial authorities after the holidays, on January
Dambruoso in October adhered to Ferrari chairman Luca
Cordero di Montezemolo's Italia Futura movement that is fielding
candidates in the February 2013 general elections.
Montezemolo is part of a group of centrist business and
political leaders that expressed full support for outgoing
Italian Premier Mario Monti's reform agenda earlier this month.
Earlier in the day Italian anti-mafia prosecutor Piero
Grasso said he hoped to stand as a candidate with the
center-left Democratic Party (PD) under Pier Luigi Bersani.
His application for a leave of absence will also be
examined by judicial authorities in early January.
Ex-Palermo anti-mafia prosecutor Antonio Ingroia last week
had announced he was also stepping into politics to lead a
coalition of centrist parties.

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