The clash at the Milan prosecutor’s office is enriched with new chapters, especially between the prosecutor Francesco Greco and the deputy Paolo Storari, which has as background the Eni affair and the case of the minutes of the lawyer Piero Amara on the alleged lodge Hungary. Also against Greco, who will retire in November, the Attorney General of the Cassation Giovanni Salvi, holder of the disciplinary action against the magistrates, has started preliminary investigations. This is a due deed and which automatically follows Greco’s registration in the register of suspects due to the omission of official acts by the Brescia prosecutor’s office, as underlined by the general prosecutor of the Cassation in a note, explaining that it is a matter of pre-disciplinary investigations. The same thing had happened for the deputy prosecutor Fabio De Pasquale and for the substitute Sergio Spadaro, now under the European prosecutor’s office, who ended up under investigation in Brescia for refusal of official documents. At the origin of the criminal investigations, the statements of Storari in turn investigated by the prosecutor of Brescia for disclosure of official secrecy for the affair of the Amara minutes delivered to the former councilor of the CSM Piercamillo Davigo, who also ended up under investigation for the same crime hypothesis. At the moment only on Storari, precisely because of this story, a disciplinary procedure is already pending. Proceedings that go on, as evidenced by the same public prosecutor of the Supreme Court which instead renounced for “technical evaluations” to challenge the order with which the disciplinary section of the CSM had rejected its request to transfer Storari from Milan and its functions of pm. The choice not to appeal was taken “in consideration of the limits of the legitimacy judgment, which precludes the evaluation of the motivation on the existence of precautionary needs”, explains the office led by Salvi. Meanwhile, other developments could come from the First Commission of the CSM which, before the summer break, had already made a large round of hearings of Milanese magistrates. While the choice of Greco’s successor at the top of the Milan prosecutor’s office will not take place shortly: before the councilors can take over the case, the opinions on the nine candidates of the judicial councils will have to arrive at the CSM and the times are not announced tight.