The former magistrate Carlo Nordio enter into the merits of Amara case and the so-called lodge Hungary. Guest ad Omnibus, its La7, in today’s episode 3 May he says: “I did not read the documents and I believe that things did not go that way. What I am saying now is hypothetical. The very justification of the caution that would have justified the release of the minutes is ridiculous. were it not true what he would have said Piercamillo Davigo that the secret instructors to the CSM are not opposable. On the contrary. “” Piercamillo Davigo says he has informed ‘whoever is responsible’. You have to ask him. Only through a formal procedure can the magistrate who considers himself the object of due caution ask to transmit the documents. “” Is it legitimate to know who he spoke to? “, Asks Nordio.”Davigo’s words seem strange to me“
So here is Carlo Nordio’s proposal after the latest scandals involving the togas: “I propose a parliamentary commission of inquiry into the judiciary. If we don’t want everything to stand still, someone has to investigate. The judiciary will never investigate these ambiguous relations between magistrates and politics for two reasons. First, because there is no crime even if there is a trading of positions that are politically very relevant. Second, because there is a conflict of interest within the judiciary itself “.
The case of the minutes secreted by the Milan Public Prosecutor’s Office, delivered to the former prosecutor Davigo and then ended up in the editorial offices of the newspapers, inevitably touches upon Sergio Mattarella. The President of the Republic on Thursday returns to the CSM which he presides by right, the same CSM of which Davigo was a member at the time of the facts, early 2020. A very heavy story, like the statements of the business lawyer Piero Amara that in those minutes he brought up a very powerful secret lodge “Hungary” composed of robes and officers of the financial police, and also of recommendations to the then lawyer Giuseppe Conte for very well-paid consultancy.