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Subject: ΤΖΑΜΠΑ ΜΑΓΚΕΣ Η ΤΙΜΙΟΙ ΠΟΛΙΤΕΣ??
Η ΙΤΑΛΙΑ ΔΕΙΧΝΕΙ ΤΟ ΔΡΟΜΟ ΠΟΥ ΘΑ ΠΡΕΠΕΙ ΥΠΟΧΡΕΩΤΙΚΑ ΝΑ ΑΚΟΛΟΥΘΗΣΕΤΕ. ΑΞΙΖΟΥΜΕ ΟΤΙ ΑΞΙΖΟΥΝ ΚΑΙ ΟΙ ΙΤΑΛΟΙ ΠΟΛΙΤΕΣ= ΠΛΗΡΗ ΙΣΟΝΟΜΙΑ ΟΠΩΣ ΜΑΣ ΕΝΗΜΕΡΩΝΕΙ ΣΗΜΕΡΑ Η WALL STREET JOURNAL ΠΑΡΑΚΑΤΩ
ΟΤΙΔΗΠΟΤΕ ΑΛΛΟ ΘΑ ΕΙΝΑΙ ΤΕΡΑΣΤΙΑ ΠΡΟΣΒΟΛΗ ΣΤΟΥΣ ΠΟΛΛΟΥΣ ΑΠΟ ΕΣΑΣ ΤΟΥΣ ΕΛΑΧΙΣΤΟΥΣ!
ΕΣΕΙΣ ΚΑΙ ΟΙ ΥΠΟΥΡΓΟΙ ΣΑΣ ΑΠΟΔΕΙΞΤΕ ΟΤΙ ΔΕΝ ΦΟΒΑΣΤΕ ΤΟΥ ΕΛΛΗΝΕΣ ΔΙΚΑΣΤΕΣ ΚΑΙ ΟΤΙ ΕΙΣΤΕ ΣΤΗΝ ΔΙΑΘΕΣΗ ΤΟΥΣ ΟΠΩΣ ΟΛΟΙ ΕΜΕΙΣ ΑΝ ΔΙΑΠΡΑΞΕΤΕ ΠΟΙΝΙΚΑ ΑΔΙΚΗΜΑΤΑ.
ΚΑΤΑΡΓΕΙΣΤΕ ΤΟ ΑΡΘΡΟ 86. ΑΜΕΣΑ. ΕΦΑΡΜΟΣΤΕ ΑΚΡΙΒΩΣ ΤΟ ΣΥΣΤΗΜΑ ΤΗΣ ΙΤΑΛΙΑΣ. ΑΛΛΙΩΣ ΘΑ ΑΠΟΔΕΙΞΕΤΕ ΟΤΙ ΕΙΣΤΕ ΤΖΑΜΠΑ ΜΑΓΚΕΣ. ΠΡΟΤΕΙΝΩ ΝΑ ΠΑΡΑΚΑΜΦΘΕΙ ΤΟ ΚΩΛΥΜΑ ΤΗΣ ΠΕΝΤΑΕΤΙΑΣ ΠΟΥ ΠΡΟΒΛΕΠΕΙ ΤΟ ΣΥΝΤΑΓΜΑ ΑΝ 80% ΤΩΝ ΒΟΥΛΕΥΤΩΝ ΣΥΜΦΩΝΟΥΝ ΝΑ ΚΑΤΑΡΓΗΘΕΙ Η ΝΑ ΤΡΟΠΟΠΟΙΗΘΕΙ ΕΝΑ ΑΡΘΡΟ ΚΑΙ ΑΝΤΙ ΤΗΣ ΠΕΝΤΑΕΤΙΑΣ ΝΑ ΙΣΧΥΕΙ ΠΕΡΙΟΔΟΣ ΔΙΑΒΟΥΛΕΥΣΗΣ ΜΟΝΟ ΕΝΟΣ ΕΤΟΥΣ ΠΡΙΝ ΤΗΝ ΑΛΛΑΓΗ.
ΑΛΛΙΩΣ ΘΑ ΑΠΟΔΕΙΞΕΤΕ ΟΤΙ ΔΟΥΛΕΥΕΤΕ ΓΙΑ ΠΑΡΤΥ ΣΑΣ.
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ΣΑΣ ΕΥΧΑΡΙΣΤΩ ΓΙΑ ΤΗΝ ΠΡΟΣΟΧΗ ΣΑΣ
Berlusconi Fraud Trial to Resume Nov. 16
By STACY MEICHTRY
ROME -- A trial of Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi for alleged tax and accounting fraud will resume on Nov. 16, according to one of his lawyers.
A Milan judge on Monday informed Mr. Berlusoni's lawyers that a hearing for the trial was scheduled for mid-November, according to Piero Longo, one of Mr. Berlusconi's lawyers.
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The move follows a decision by Italy's Constitutional Court earlier this month to strike down a law that shielded Mr. Berlusconi, as a sitting prime minister, and other top Italian officials from criminal prosecution. The trial was suspended in 2008 after Mr. Berlusconi's center-right allies passed an immunity law in Parliament.
The move follows a decision by Italy's Constitutional Court earlier this month to strike down a law that shielded Mr. Berlusconi, as a sitting prime minister, and other top Italian officials from criminal prosecution. The immunity law, passed in Parliament by Mr. Berlusconi's center-right allies, led to the suspension of the trial in 2008.
The trial stems from alleged arrangements to buy film rights in the late 1990s on behalf of his TV empire Mediaset SpA. Prosecutors allege that Mediaset declared an elevated cost for film rights it purchased in order to lower its tax payment.
Mr. Berlusconi denies the charge of tax and accounting fraud related to the declaration, Mr. Longo said. He added that the premier could not have been aware of the alleged abuse, because he did not hold any management posts at the time at Mediaset or Fininvest, his family hodling company. "He had no positions, so this has nothing to do with him," said Mr. Longo.
Although support for Mr. Berlusconi remains strong among Italian voters, the resumption of the trial risks distracting him as his government tries to steer Italy out of its deepest recession since World War II. Mr. Berlusconi, who says he is the victim of left-leaning judges who oppose him, has recently called for an overhaul of Italy's judiciary.
Mr. Longo said Mr. Berlusconi was not expected to appear in court on Nov. 16, when judges will continue to hear evidence and testimony that was shelved when the case was suspended on September 2008. "We're going right back to where we were on September 26, 2008" if the trial had gone ahead, Mr. Longo said.
Prosecutors involved in the Milan trial did not respond to repeated phone calls.
The decision on the trial comes as Mr. Berlusconi faces scrutiny of his personal life, a subject that has fascinated Italians since April, when his wife said she planned to file for divorce. She accused him of "consorting with minors," prompting Mr. Berlusconi to deny having a "spicy" affair with an 18-year-old aspiring model.
Separately, a prostitute told the media she spent the night at the premier's private residence in Rome. Mr. Berlusconi then denied he ever paid for sex.
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