For having failed to communicate emoluments received from various entities, thus circumventing, according to the indictment, the annual ceiling of 240 thousand euros set for public managers
Angelo Sticchi Damiani, president of the Automobile Club Italia, is under investigation for having failed to communicate salaries received from various entities, thus circumventing, according to the indictment, the annual ceiling of 240 thousand euros set for public managers. According to the deputy prosecutor Carlo Villani, between 2017 and 2020 Sticchi Damiani would not have declared hundreds of thousands of euros to the secretariat of the body he presided over. Hence the accusation of forgery. In 2017, according to the allegations, he would have declared 246,696 euros against a real salary that would be around 665 thousand euros, also considering the figures received thanks to his position as councilor of Coni and as chairman of the board of directors of Sara Vita spa (a company that ACI controls 80 per cent). In 2018 he allegedly failed to declare around 443 thousand euros. The following year, having also held positions within Inarcassa, the national welfare and assistance fund for freelance engineers and architects, he would have earned one and a half million euros, a figure similar to that which according to the prosecutor would have received the following year. He charges that led the prosecutor to close the investigation.