This legislature will remember for the public debt, but also for the justice issue.
MARINO CECCHETTI – This legislature will be remembered for the public debt, but also for the justice issue.
On 12 July 2021 in the Great and General Council Luca Boschi affirmed that the current government was ‘tailored’ by a judge in force at our Court, Dr. Valeria Pierfelici, for many years a managing magistrate. Without – here is the scandal – there have been investigations, in their respective ambitions, neither by the CGG itself nor by the current executive magistrate, prof. Giovanni Canzio.
Then there is the Conto Mazzini trial which sees well-known politicians at the bar. If you go through the list of crimes for which these have been indicted (June 29, 2017, first instance sentence), you see that there is a constant: money laundering. Well the Guarantor College of the Constitutionality of the Norms (prof. Giuseppe de Vergottini, president) on 2 August 2021 released a reinterpretation of this crime – devastating for the fight against money laundering! – which could influence the second degree sentence, up to the point of overturning the previous one.
And there’s more. While we await the second degree sentence of the Conto Mazzini trial concerning facts dating back to about fifteen years ago, well the government of which Boschi said, on January 28, 2022 started the legislative process to introduce, in our system, the third degree of judgment. Thus lengthening the path of criminal trials. But ‘forgetting’ – if we are not mistaken – to block the prescription. Therefore, for the defendants of the Mazzini Account and similar trials, the third degree could result in a de facto amnesty.
The very contrary to the statute of limitations for crimes with damage to the State, including members of the Network? Gone.
The Boschi complaint? Come not happened.
Moving towards ‘amnesty’?
Article taken from The information of San Marino published in full after 6 pm