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GIUSTIZIA SOCIALE, OCCUPAZIONE E CRESCITAPOLITICA ESTERA DELL’IRAN TRA OCCIDENTE E CRISI NUCLEARE

PAX MAFIOSA OR WAR? Twenty Years after the Palermo Massacres

Years have passed since the Capaci and Via d’Amelio massacres, where the Sicilian judges Falcone and Borsellino were brutally assassinated by the Mafia. The presence of the Mafia continues to be strong...

( Vincenzo Scotti )
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pp. 328
COLLANA: TEMPI MODERNI

ISBN: 978-88-97931-36-2

Years have passed since the Capaci and Via d’Amelio massacres, where the Sicilian judges Falcone and Borsellino were brutally assassinated by the Mafia. The presence of the Mafia continues to be strong, its influence on civil and political life increasingly more evident, and many areas of the southern Italy remain under the grip of Mafia clans. In the new world order, this form of organized crime has even succeeded in establishing links with other Mafia-type organizations, which have modified their means of operating to more closely resemble the Sicilian Mafia. These Mafia operations are interwo¬ven with terrorist activities, and arms and narco-trafficking. The money laundering of proceeds from criminal activities has creat¬ed an expanding “gray area”, where the line between legality and criminality is blurred and interference has become increasingly violent. Since unification, the Italian Government’s strategy against the Mafia has oscillated between “co-existence” and “war”, the latter aimed at destroying “Cosa Nostra” and uprooting the widespread Mafia culture embedded in vast areas of southern Italy – the
Mezzogiorno region. There has been growing debate recently on whether, at the beginning of the 90’s and at the height of the “war” against the Mafia, attempts were made by government officials to actually bargain with the Mafia. In light of new judiciary investigations, the issue of the rapport between the Mafia and politics has come to the fore once again. In this book, Vincenzo Scotti, who was one of the key Italian political figures at the time of the Mafia massacres, attempts to explain what he knew and what he did in fulfilling his political role, setting out the facts objectively through documents, studies, and observations pertaining specifically to that period.