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Legality lesson in the confiscated former house of Corona

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(ANSA) – MILAN, NOVEMBER 28 – The students of the Volta high school in Milan attended a legality education lesson in the main hall of the house that belonged to Fabrizio Corona, the former king of the paparazzi who is serving in home detention less than three years remaining.

The eight-room apartment in via de Cristoforis, worth around two million, formally registered to a figurehead but attributable to Corona, was seized in 2016 and confiscated in 2018 by the Prevention Measures Section of the Milan Court. This is because it was purchased with money of “illicit origin” linked to bankruptcy and tax crimes.

After being used for a certain period by the Crown itself – which has always paid the rent to the State and moved on the scheduled date – it was definitively taken over by the National Agency for confiscated assets to be used for teaching purposes. high school. Last Friday, about twenty students from the Volta scientific high school took their seats in the desks lined up in the hall of the house.

The first project to see the light in the former home of Corona was organized by the National Agency for confiscated assets in agreement with the regional school office and in this case with the Volta high school, with the ministry of culture.

The topic of the lesson: the anti-mafia code and the various ways in which the State and local authorities allocate the assets seized and confiscated. (HANDLE).

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