Sabato, 22 Settembre 2018

Lombardy governor hits back at result of healthcare probe


Milan, February 12 - Outgoing Lombardy Governor
Roberto Formigoni on Tuesday hit back at Milan prosecutors who
earlier in the day said he was part of a health-sector fraud.
In a statement late Tuesday, Formigoni hinted that the
prosecutors' announcement had political ends.
"The timing of the prosecutors is, as always, very
efficient: how far is one willing to go to cover the scandal at
MPS, which risks crushing the left?" Formigoni asked, referring
to a fraud probe concurrently underway at lender Monte dei
Paschi di Siena, which is closely associated with Italy's
left-wing political establishment.
Earlier Tuesday the prosecutors closed a multi-million-euro
fraud investigation into the Pavia-based Maugeri healthcare
foundation and suspects including Formigoni.
Formigoni, who denies wrongdoing, faces charges of criminal
conspiracy related to health-sector contracts and allegedly
pocketing eight million euros.
He was among 17 suspects in the probe.

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