Domenica, 23 Settembre 2018

Parnasi must remain in jail, Cassation Court rules


Rome, July 12 - Italy's supreme Cassation Court on
Thursday ruled that construction businessman Luca Parnasi, one
of the main suspects in a probe into alleged corruption linked
to AS Roma's project to build a new stadium, must remain in
The Cassation ruled against a request filed by Parnasi's
defense team that asked the court to annul a pre-trial detention
order issued by a preliminary investigations judge (GIP).
The GIP said in the ruling that the entrepreneur had not
distanced himself from the ''tested corruption system he had
created but, on the contrary, appears to have protected and
preserved it to maintain its effectiveness intact''.
High profile figures from the worlds of politics and business
were among nine people arrested last month over alleged
corruption related to AS Roma's project to build a new stadium
in the Italian capital, sources said.
They included Vice President of the Lazio Regional Assembly,
Forza Italia member Adriano and Luca Lanzalone, the president of
water and energy utility ACEA, along with Parnasi.

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