Labour court judge suspended for alleged favouritism

Luciano D'Agostino also suspected of conflict of interest

(ANSA) - Catanzaro, February 4 - A judge at a labour tribunal in the southern Calabria region was suspended from duty on Thursday following an investigation into alleged favouritism in the distribution of assignments among official court consultants.
    Luciano D'Agostino, a judge at Locri court, is also suspected of conflicts of interest in the handling of trials involving tax collection authority Equitalia. He has been suspended from his judicial functions and banned from all relative activities.
   

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