Two strands of investigation are being examined by the Cagliari prosecutor’s office. According to what has been learned, in these hours the Guardia di Finanza has seized the telephones and other electronic devices of Solinas and his consultant Stevelli
The governor of Sardinia Christian Solinas is under investigation by the Prosecutor of Cagliari for corruption together with his consultant Christian Stevelli, the director general of the Office of the management authority of the operational program Eni CBD, Mediterranean basin, Roberto Raimondi, and the entrepreneur Roberto Zedda. According to what has been learned, in these hours the Guardia di Finanza has seized the telephones and other electronic devices of Solinas and Stevelli.
The two strands of inquiry
There are two lines of inquiry, both coordinated by prosecutor Giangiacomo Pilia. The first concerns the house bought by Solinas in via dei Tritoni, a stone’s throw from the Poetto in Cagliari. The investigators want to shed light on the alleged links with the purchase of some land in Capoterra, attributable to the president of the Region, for which Zedda had paid a deposit amounting to several hundred thousand euros. The alleged crime is corruption and money laundering. The other story, however, refers to alleged pressure for the appointment of Raimondi to the top of the ENPI: the name of the general manager was also resounded in the Regional Council, when Massimo Zedda (Progressives) had hypothesized his connection with the scandal of the paradises tax issues that emerged with the Panama Papers. Connection that the person concerned had flatly denied.