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Amara case: Ermini, I reported to the President of the Republic

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(ANSA) – BRESCIA, 07 JUL – “I spoke to the President of the Republic. I reported everything Davigo told me and he made no comment”. This was stated in the courtroom in Brescia by David Ermini, vice president of the CSM heard as a witness at the trial against Pier Camillo Davigo, a former member of the CSM accused in the case of the reports of Piero Amara on the alleged lodge Hungary. Ermini said he went to the Quirinale, for a visit already planned, in which he too spoke about the Milan case and the statements made to the prosecutors by Amara.

“In my opinion it was a confidence that Councilor Davigo wanted to give me. He handed me those minutes, I took them as a courtesy but I trashed them because they were inadmissible”, added Ermini, explaining that after a first meeting on May 4, 2020 in which Davigo he asked “to notify President Mattarella, and I agreed”, there was a second interview a few days later in which Davigo gave him a folder containing a copy of the minutes printed on the alleged lodge Hungary, “all unsigned sheets, only some with the heading of the Prosecutor della Repubblica “, considered” informal and unusable acts “, which therefore could not enter the CSM. (HANDLE).

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Source: Ansa

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