There is also the name of the Lazio regional councilor, Davide Barillari, in the investigative documents where he is being investigated and who today led three people under house arrest in an investigation by the Rome Prosecutor's Office considered responsible for a round of corruption.
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The carers in the Labor Inspectorate's carabinieri, Giuseppe Costantino, the Sicilian trade union, Andrea Paliani and the labor consultant Alessandro Tricarico ended up at home. In the order, the investigating judge in Rome says that the three have performed "actions that could get Cristopher Faroni, director and partner of the company Ini spa, (at the head of a group of clinics accredited to the National Health Service, ed) to hire a consultant for job, Alessandro Tricarico, as a work consultant within the Ini group, with a fee of € 250,000 per year ". According to the prosecutor, Costantino "abused Faroni's function as a PG officer delegated to investigate (another procedure edited)" also made it possible, thanks to Paliani's mediation, that he had the opportunity to make a comment on his benefit in exchange for taking Tricarico as a consultant ».
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The name of Barillari seems to be linked to the role of Paliani. "The interceptions have shown – it is said in the order – with evidence that further and subsequent disclosure of the news that Paliani has learned on a variety of subjects, among which Davide Barillari, workers and members of the Sicilian trade union and journalists of two must mention daily. "In an interception, Paliani informs Barillari of the news he first learned from Marshall of the Carabinieri in relation to some bank checks carried out by the same soldier in the magistrate's order regarding Faroni and his group. And the same Paliani reports to Barillari – it is said in the order – to be willing to request an inspection at certain clinics, which he says would lack certain certifications and then be able to pass on to the company's commissioner. In those circumstances, even if they do not leave comments aside, "the regional councilor approves the plan outlined by his interlocutor. The goal of the investigator is now to verify if Barillari was aware of Paliani's illegal projects. In another interception, always quoted by the investigating judge, the union that talks to Barillari: "Come on Davide, we can definitely do this … this is bottom, I think Zingaretti remembers it until he lives … & # 39; A statement to which the member of the Committee of the Regions' health committee replies: "Exactly …" One year ago, Barillari had announced that he would be investigated "because I was condemned by the legal representative of the Ini Group, owned by one of the wealthiest and most powerful private health families, Faroni, which owns 7 private clinics throughout Lazio ». Barillari explained in a post on Fb that in these "clinics, thanks to the support from Sicily, I did several inspections". The advisor therefore said he was ready to "go all the way to bring about corruption in health care and the huge intertwining of private interests between local health authorities, owners of private clinics, trade unions and politics".
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