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Il governatore Fontana e il caso dei camici forniti dall'azienda della moglie e del cognato: la procura di Milano apre un'inchiesta

Il fascicolo sulla commessa al momento è senza ipotesi di reato né indagati. L'opposizione: il governatore riferisca in aula


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