The Italian judiciary was strongly politicized

 
Politician Stefania Craxi believes the Italian judiciary was strongly politicized during the Mani pulite investigations of 1990s Italy, and that it overstepped the limits of its power.

Storyteller: Stefania Craxi

Date of Story: 1994
Location of Story: Naples, Italy
Location: Rome, Italy
Date: 2 March, 2016

This post is part of a collaboration with author Davide Rubini to collect the stories of Italy in the aftermath of the “Bribesville” (Tangentopoli) scandals of the 1990s. Find out more about Rubini’s new novel,  il fischio finale (The Final Blow).