Lunedì, 15 Ottobre 2018

Ex palermo prosecutor Ingroia transferred to Aosta


Roma, April 11 - The Italian judiciary's
self-governing body, the Supreme Council of Magistrates (CSM),
on Thursday decided to appoint former Palermo prosecutor Antonio
Ingroia as deputy prosecutor in the northwestern city of Aosta.
Val d'Aosta is the only region in which Ingroia did not
stand for elected office with his left-wing Civil Revolution
party when he stepped aside from his role as magistrate to run
in general elections at the end of February.
Last month Ingroia denied that a proposal by the
magistrates' self-governing body to post him to Aosta should he
decide to return to the judiciary was ''a punishment'' for
entering politics.
The move, which saw the former anti-mafia prosecutor step
down as head of a UN project on narcotraffic in Guatemala after
just a few weeks, sparked controversy on grounds of alleged
political bias within the magistrature.
On Wednesday the CSM blocked plans for Ingroia to head a
company that rakes in taxes on behalf of the government on the
southern island of Sicily.

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