as naive a list as i can imagine being fed to freddo in godfather IOK, So "he" didn't actually do anything illegal because the majority in Parliament supported him. And of course he should run the country, with the approval of parliament, as he sees fit.
Is prostitution now illegal in Italy? Have the Italians recently become rather prudish when it comes to sex? I thought they were more sophisticated than that. Someone seems to be making a big fuss out of this and getting people all excited. Who's the loudest voice?
Not if it is done legally. But you seem to be saying that the entire political system in Italy is corrupt.
I see where he was found guilty of one crime but amnesty was applied. You seem to be implying that "acquittal" is the same as guilty.
Is he being recharged for any of those crimes?
My point is that because he was acquitted for one reason or another he shouldn't be tried now on trumped up charges because people are pissed with him. None of what you said should be related to whatever the charges are against him now. In fact there are laws in the democracies to protect us from whatever we have done in the past to be reintroduced at another trial for unrelated offenses. This also smacks of double jeopardy.
That's true, but it could also mean he has a lot of political enemies who want to make mischief. I can certainly understand his competition in the media wouldn't mind demonizing him, though that is also speculation.
You want to make claims and then have me investigate their veracity? Not likely.
No, i would find it irresponsible and wouldn't vote for him but that doesn't make it illegal. It is certainly, if true, poor judgment,
But you said earlier he had to have the majority in Parliament. Did the entire Parliament vote against him and he, as one man, was still able to change the law? Does Italy not have a proper Constitution?