Giovedì, 18 Ottobre 2018

PdL opponents lash out at 'Save Berlusconi' bill


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Rome, May 28 - Opponents of Silvio Berlusconi's
center-right People of Freedom (PdL) party on Tuesday had harsh
words for the so-called 'Save Berlusconi' bill that would
suspend trials when prosecutors are accused of political bias.
Former "Clean Hands" magistrate Antonio Di Pietro said it
was time to "quit making private use of (public) institutions".
"The (bill) is the latest ad-personam norm. It's an insult
to justice".
Donatella Ferranti, of the Democratic Party (PD) and head
of the House Justice Commission, said the measure was
"A provocation per week is the way to destabilize the
government and stall the urgent reforms that the justice system
needs," Ferranti said.
Meanwhile, harsh words were also delivered on the blog of
former comedian Beppe Grillo, leader of the anti-establishment
5-Star Movement.
According to the post, Palma's priority "isn't to reduce
the nine million (backed up) cases and reform Italy's justice
machinery, but to avoid putting Berlusconi on trial".

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