Italians protest against Berlusconi

Italians claim to judge Berlusconi

In brief: The hearing on Berlusconi’s case is scheduled on March, 26.

Dozens thousands of people have come to the protest action in Rome against the head of Italian Council of ministers Silvio Berlusconi. They claim to stop trying to vote in parliament laws on quitting trials against Prime-minister who is accused of corruption.

Protestants don’t agree with how the political system of the country is functioning. They criticize using national TV-channels and other mass media belonging to Berlusconi in his private aims. The case of Berlusconi and his lawyer Mills accused in corruption is connected with the events of 1990s when Silvio Berlusconi was the founder of industrial group Fininvest and David Mills was his financial adviser.

Before the court of Milan decided to continue the case of Silvio Berlusconi accused in corruption. Such decision was made in spite of court’s of review justification of David Mills who was sentenced to 4.5 years of imprisonment for bribery and perjury. The hearing on Berlusconi’s case is scheduled on March, 26.

Maria Velikanova
2010-02-28 17:07, Society.

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