Two Forza Italia candidates for the European Parliament were arrested on 7 May by Milan’s anti-Mafia prosecutors after the two - Fabio Altitonante, a regional councillor for Lombardy and Forza Italia’s regional coordinator Pietro Tatarella - were accused of receiving €5,000 a month from Daniele D’ Alfonso, a businessman in the waste management and environmental clean-up sector, to secure waste management contracts, as well as other contracts from neighbouring regions.

Prosecutors have not cha...

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