Two deputy mayors sentenced to one year of ineligibility for fraudulent maneuvers

Two deputy mayors sentenced to one year of ineligibility for fraudulent maneuvers
Two deputy mayors sentenced to one year of ineligibility for fraudulent maneuvers

This Tuesday, the Bastia court delivered its judgment in the case of fraudulent proxies in the context of the 2020 municipal election campaign targeting two current deputy mayors of Bastia.

Laura Orsini-Sauli and Don Petru Luccioni were both sentenced to a fine of €3,000, half of which was suspended, and above all to one year of ineligibility. This means that if the two deputies do not appeal this judgment, they will have to leave their mandate and their functions as deputy mayor of Bastia. Marc Andria Luccioni was sentenced to a fine of €3,000, suspended.

As a reminder, Laura Orsini-Sauli, a general practitioner in the southern districts, was accused of having issued around thirty medical certificates to people she did not have as patients, sometimes without a medical visit. For Don-Petru Luccioni, a pharmacist in the same districts, it was his role as centraliser of these power of attorney files, seventeen in number, four of which were invalidated, that led to his being tried. Some of these powers of attorney were issued to people who claimed never to have requested one, or who were under guardianship or unable to express themselves following a stroke.

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