Italy: Berlusconi convicted on Bribery trial

Italy has very happy today. The former Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi has convicted over allegations to paid a bribery of 3 million euros to centre-left senator Sergio De Gregorio to move for Berlusconi’s Freedom of Party in 2006 by the Naples court. He was sentenced to three years in jail and banned him from holding public office for five years. Berlusconi can be appeals on Supreme Court. Conclusion: Italians is very proud of their judiciary system. Less Berlusconi.

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Italy: Renzi wrangles with leaders before presidency vote

Italy lives another political turmoil. The Prime Minister Matteo Renzi talks with parties leaders to get a consensus of the name must be next president who replaces Giorgio Napolitano. He  said to back constitutional court judge Sergio Mattarella, but any candidate needs a two-thirds majority in the first three rounds of voting. Former PM Silvio Berlusconi supports ex-premie Giuliano Amato. What’s it means: new political dreadlock in Italy.

Italy: Silvio Berlusconi sex conviction overturned

Italy has strange politics such as former PM Silvio Berlusconi and his orgies called Bunga-Bunga. Earlier this year, he was convicted for paying sex to a underage prostitute called Ruby. Today, the court in Milan has review the rule and accepts the appeal made by Berlusconi’s lawyers. What’s it means: Italians are so scare with the comeback of IL Cavaliere,

Italy: Senate to vote on expelling Silvio Berlusconi

Italy’s political turmoil could be finish today. Senate votes a motion who allows to expelling the former PM Silvio Berlusconi for conviction of tax fraud. Analysts say his expulsion is expected to be backed by a majority of senators. Berlusconi supporters gathered in Rome it was a “day of mourning” for democracy and that the Senate vote was a vendetta by the left. Berlusconi’s Forza Italia party withdrew from the cabinet of PM Enrico Letta. What’s it means: Italians very happy with Berlusconi’s expulsion.

Italy: Former PM Berlusconi faces bribery trial

Italy is very anxious with new trial for ex-PM Silvio Berlusconi. Now, he faces charges of bribery. Former PM is accused to paying the left-wing senator Sergio De Gregorio by 3m euros ($3.9m) to defect to his party in 2006 and help bring down the government. De Gregorio is convicted 20 months in prison on Wednesday in Napoles. He denies the allegations in this case. Berlsuconi’s lawyer, Michele Cerabona, said he was confident about the outcome when the trial starts in February. Also, Berlusconi faces a expulsion from Italian senate for next weeks. Italians are very anxious with that results of future of Silvio Berlusconi.

Italy: Senate panel recommends Berlusconi expulsion

Former Italian PM Silvio Berlusconi lives a hard times. A cross-party Senate panel recommends his expulsion for the chamber by convictions of tax fraud. In statement released by Berlusconi’s lawyers, he said: “There is no possibility of any defence and there is no reason to appear before a body which has already announced what decision it is going to take through the press.” On Wednesday, he’s u-turn on confidence vote over fragile coalition government of centre-leftist PM Enrico Letta after MPs of PDL (People of Freedom party) party supports him. . It’s a hard times for Berlusconi

Italy: Close Berlusconi allies defy him over confidence vote

Italy lives a political turmoil again. After Italian PM Enrico Letta faces a confidence vote in parliament on Wednesday. Close allies of former PM and media mogul Silvio Berlusconi taken a decision of don’t leave the government. Berlusconi urges his supporters to leave the ministerial cabinet. He faces a process of expulsion from Senate after his conviction by Supreme Court for fraud tax. One of his allies, Angelino Alfano said “I am firmly convinced that our party as a whole should vote confidence in Letta tomorrow.” Another Brelusconi’s allies vows to continue on coalition government. What’s it means: Berlusconi’s blackmail has failed today