(ANSA) – PERUGIA, AUGUST 18 – “The non-appeal of acquittal sentences is a principle of legal civilization that also serves to break the judicial media short circuit. This country must free itself from the idea of bringing the judiciary to the terrain of opposition politics “: this was stated by the former magistrate and candidate in the upcoming elections Luca Palamara. Who, in a statement to ANSA, spoke on the non-appeal of the acquittal sentences that Silvio Berlusconi has returned to propose.
“Those who are afraid to address the issue of final acquittals, especially when they are issued many years after the fact – claims Palamara -, and recalls the ruling of the Constitutional Court of 2006, is too attached to the idea of justice that considers the criminal trial a club to be used against the enemy on duty. And not the place in which to ascertain in the cross-examination between the parties before a third judge whether an event has occurred or not and whether it constitutes a crime “. (HANDLE).