Coronavirus, the public prosecutor who heard Count and ministers about missing red areas: “Full collaboration, never said government responsibility”
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“As relatives of the victims, we urge you to supervise the ongoing investigations into the coronavirus epidemic in Italy, with a watchful eye on the potential violations of some articles included in the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union. In particular, if deliberate political decisions have violated the right to life of thousands of members of our communities (art.2); the right to physical and psychological integrity of our elders (art.3); together with the right to their human dignity (art.1), as well as art. 32 of the Italian Constitution “.
Coronavirus, Fontana and Gallera to Bergamo prosecutors: “It was up to the government to establish the red zone”. Protests in the square
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It is a history of what happened, the one that the committee sent to von der Leyen and Spano. “On March 2 and March 5 the National Institute of Health advised the government to close Alzano Lombardo, Nembro in the province of Bergamo and Orzinuovi (Brescia). The prudent mayor of Orzinuovi and senator of the Republic (Gianpietro Maffoni, elected with the center, ed) had to submit a parliamentary question after discovering, reading the newspaper, that there were specific instructions regarding the preventive closure of his city after the first reported cases. However, it appears that these instructions never received them. At the same time, Alzano Lombardo and Nembro were never closed despite the army being ready to receive the directive on the application of the red zone. “The investigations of the Bergamo prosecutor’s office, coordinated by the added prosecutor Maria Cristina Rota, led to listen in the past weeks Prime Minister Conte, the ministers Lamorgese and Speranza, the governor Fontana and the regional councilor Gallera to reconstruct who made those decisions and why.
This is why Conte will be heard by the magistrates: what happened in the days when it was decided not to close the Val Seriana
“If prosecutors were to decide that the missing red areas belong to the sphere of politics rather than criminal law, it will be clear how the decision not to contain the spread of the virus, in accordance with the opinions of the scientific community, was intentional: a deliberate decision to sacrifice human lives, tens of thousands of lives, to avoid the political repercussions deriving from the safety of three economically productive cities in Northern Italy “, the 34 signatories of the letter still write. He continues: “An even worse scenario would emerge if the pool of scientific consultants appointed by the Court of Bergamo (among them there is also the virologist Andrea Crisanti, who played an important role in managing the outbreak of the Veneto outbreak, ed) could demonstrate through epidemiological analyzes that the whole country had to be blocked due to the delays of the political authorities in making a decision on the fate of these three cities. A national bloc that is now causing further financial uncertainty in an already stagnant economy. ”
The virologist Crisanti consultant to the Bergamo prosecutor’s office for the investigation into the failure of the red zone
So there are multiple decisions that have crossed. Those of the government and those of the Lombardy Region: “The virus decimated our elderly in nursing homes, the same elderly who built the prosperity of our country after the Second World War. It did so in part thanks to an approved regional directive on March 8, which suggested hospitals to transfer low-risk coronavirus patients to nursing homes to free some beds and cope with the constant demand throughout the emergency. This directive was approved in total contradiction with scientific data to disposed by public authorities, which clearly showed how the virus was proving lethal, especially for the oldest and most vulnerable members of our society. In Bergamo, 32.7% of guests in nursing homes lost their lives during the first four months of the year, while 1,600 is the number reported in the entire province of Brescia, only in nursing homes for the elderly. Bardia claims that he cannot be held responsible for this massacre. Nursing homes should not have welcomed low-risk coronavirus patients to their facilities without implementing the safety guidelines for their guests that the relevant local health authorities should have had the task of establishing. Also the Lombardy Region issued resolution n ° XI / 2986 of 23/03/2020, through which general practitioners were prevented from intervening to visit non-hospitalized patients if they presented symptoms related to the covid-19 virus, leaving a exclusively telephone monitoring. This resolution was designed using the pretext of avoiding the spread of the virus, but many have the impression that they wanted to use it to cover the fact that the doctors had been left without dpi (protective devices such as gloves, masks and gowns, ed), which should have been supplied precisely by the Region. It seems to us that with this resolution, art. 32 of the Italian Constitution, knowing full well that the timely intervention of doctors on patients who presented the first signs of Covid could have contained hospitalizations and the collapse of intensive care. In light of these facts, it also makes sense to assume that the intervention of preventive medicine by general practitioners in the area could have contributed to avoiding the collapse of hospitals assigned to medical care “.
Coronavirus, already in December 2019 at least 110 cases in Val Seriana
At this point, the clash returns, the rejection of responsibility between central and local government: “At the same time, the Lombardy Region claims that it was up to the central government to declare the red zone in Alzano Lombardo, Nembro and Orzinuovi. On the contrary, the government Central states that the Lombardy region could have done it if it had wished, even the mayors could have intervened directly, according to law 833/78, art.32. The rebound of the responsibilities we are witnessing makes us understand how reasonable it is to think that there may be evidence of wrongdoing for which nobody wants to be held liable. We will let prosecutors determine whether such offenses fall under criminal law or are limited to the political sphere. In the meantime, the relatives of the victims seek justice. And they do so aware of the fact that Italy is a country where the political establishment is particularly skilled at covering up investigations and creating goats the expiators. “