berlusconi maintains that he did nothing wrong, saying that his parties were just following in the tradition of “burlesque shows.”
Last month in Rome, 100,000 women marched to insist berlusconi resign.
By late afternoon, the rumors were that berlusconi might resign on primetime television—his preferred soapbox.
Now his immunity is gone and berlusconi is dealing first-hand with myriad criminal accusations against him.
Last week, Monti said he was “not in favor of political parties based on personalities” which is how berlusconi came to power.
berlusconi has also mocked the so-called bond spread as a “con” on yet another channel.
In the whirl of dancers and booze, said berlusconi aids, the two pals had some energy deals to discuss.
berlusconi also promised that the victims would not be forgotten once the heads of state left town.
Aside from his multibillion euro holdings in his media empire, berlusconi is also an accomplished musician.
So, the big question remains: Is berlusconi quantitatively more corrupt than his predecessors?