2The application is 099 pages long, and 500 families of Covid-19 victims are demanding 100 million euros from the Italian government. They want a tribunal for civil action against Viole Giulio Caesar in the center of Rome to bring justice to the more than 6,500 people who lived in the provinces of Bergamo and Brescia during the first, second and third waves of the epidemic after the epidemic. Corona virus Died. Plaintiffs believe that they can prove that the poor planning and decisions of the executive branch led to the inevitable death of the people.
The charge consists of three parts. The first part presents allegations against the government in Rome. The second part deals with the failures of the government of Lombardy, a Milan-based northern Italian region. The third, more comprehensive section contains documents aimed at proving the criminal or negligent actions of those politically responsible for the epidemics. These are in addition to the minutes of the Cabinet meetings in Rome and Milan, as well as all the minutes discussed at the Scientific and Technical Advisory Council convened by the Conte government in Rome on February 5, 2020. In addition, reports and threats from journalists from various stages of the epidemic and reports from former WHO employee Francesco Zambon in Italy went down in the complaint.
One hundred page corona report
The Zombies Report is likely to play a key role in this process. Jampen, born 1949, is a retired physician and public health professional WHO Active, first in Moscow, then in his hometown of Venice. Together with a team of nine scientists, Jampen prepared a 100-page report on behalf of the WHO in the spring of 2020 on how Italy handled the corona crisis. The report, released on May 13, 2020, pointed out serious shortcomings in the country’s outdated epidemic preparation plan: the plan was drawn up in 2006, re – confirmed, but never updated. Within 24 hours of its release, the WHO removed the report from its website – due to factual inaccuracies.
The move comes at the urging of Ranieri Guerrero, a senior WHO official in Italy since 2005. Also, Guerrero was director of the Department of Defense in Italy from 2014 to 2017 Ministry of Health Thus directly responsible for infection prevention. In its self-assessment since February 2020, the Rome Ministry of Health has given an excellent rating for the epidemic product: it states that all emergency measures are “constantly tested and updated”. Jamben left the WHO in March, no longer wanting to be censored and by his superiors at Gujon.
The public prosecutor in Bergamo has long been curious as to why the important statement of Zambon and his team was withdrawn by the WHO in whose attempt. Since the summer of 2020, he has been trying to clarify those questions in criminal proceedings on behalf of survivors, and is now being heard in class action before a civil law tribunal in Rome. Former Prime Minister Conte, Health Minister Speranza and World Health Organization official Guerrero are already under investigation in Bergamo. Even in Rome, they may be called back to court as witnesses.
After all, public opinion has also damaged the credibility of those responsible in Milan, Rome and elsewhere, with Lombardi saying it was unfortunate that the whole of Italy was then hit so quickly and severely by the plague coming from China. After the initial trauma everything was basically done right. If there had been more masks, more disinfectants and protective equipment from the beginning, the epidemic plan would have actually been renewed, the authorities would have imposed local locks on Bergamo and Brexia, prosecutors firmly believe, and then there would have been significantly fewer people dead.