Italian former MEP Pier Antonio Panzeri, a prime suspect in the corruption scandal, wants to come clean. Panzeri, who is pulling all the strings in the case involving criminal NGOs and deposed European Parliament Vice President Eva Kaili, signed a deal with the Belgian federal prosecutor’s office on Tuesday. The Belgian prosecutor’s office informed about this yesterday evening. The deal stipulates that he will cooperate with investigators and, in return, can expect a lighter sentence. This was announced by the prosecutor’s office.
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