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Rome, Marcello De Vito returns to chair the Capitoline Assembly: "The suspension lapsed"

2019-11-21T13:08:54.899Z

On Monday, the Court of Rome ordered the return of De Vito, whose trial for corruption as part of an investigation into Rome's new stadium, to be released on December 4



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21 November 2019After the judicial storm that hit him Marcello De Vito returns to preside over the municipal council of Rome. The M5S exponent ended up in prison and then released from prison in the context of an investigation concerning the new stadium in Rome is in fact now again politically "viable".

The announcement in the courtroom of the vice-president
Pursuant to the Severino Law "following the order for the revocation of house arrest for Marcello De Vito, the suspension of the office of councilor and president of the Capitoline Assembly expires and the conditions for the replacement of the director Roberto Allegretti, whose mandate has term". This was announced at the opening of the Capitolina Assembly by the vice-president of the council, Sara Seccia.

Last Monday De vIto returned to freedom
On Monday, the Court of Rome ordered the return of De Vito, whose trial for corruption as part of an investigation into Rome's new stadium, to be released on December 4th.

Source: rainews

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