The Milan Court finally took its decision on how former Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi must serve his 10 months sentence.
He will assist patient in a retirement house near Milan four hours a week and he will be allowed to go to Rome to attend his business from Tuesday to Thursday. During the other days he won’t be allowed to leave Lombardy.
A lenient decision, so perhaps Mr Berlusconi will stop denouncing his “judicial persecution”. After all, the Attorney General’s Office warned him already. Speaking out aggressively against the judiciary would be against Mr Berlusconi’s good conduct obligation, and he would be sent straight to house arrest.