Sabato, 22 Settembre 2018

India 'updated' Monti on special court


(see previous).
New Delhi, April 5 - A phone call between outgoing
Italian Premier and interim Foreign Minister Mario Monti and
Indian Foreign Minister Salman Khurshid allowed India to update
him on the formation of a special court for two marines accused
of killing two Indian fishermen, as decided by India's Supreme
Court on January 18.
A special court would hand down sentences of no longer than
seven years, according to recent reports.
Earlier on Friday it was reported that the case of
anti-piracy marines Massimiliano Latorre and Salvatore Girone,
accused in the February 2012 deaths of Ajesh Binki and Gelastine
(Valentine), would be handled by a normal court which could give
out life sentences, in violation of a deal Italy made in
returning the marines last month.
Also Friday, Deputy Italian Foreign Minister Staffan de
Mistura on Friday met Khurshid personally for assurances on the
marines after a new probe was opened by anti-terrorist police,
the Italian embassy told ANSA.

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