Salvini acquitted of judiciary ‘cancer’ remark

(ANSA) – ROME, MAR 22 – Nationalist League party leader
Matteo Salvini was acquitted of offending the judiciary Monday
over a 2016 remark in which he called it “a cancer to be rooted
out” and “garbage”.
    The judge ruled it was a “slight matter”.
    A prosecutor had requested a 3,000 euro fine for the former
interior minister. (ANSA).
   

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