A Milan court on Saturday ruled
that former Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi should be barred
from holding public office for two years following a conviction
for tax fraud.
But, since Berlusconi is a senator, the decision will have no
immediate effect and his expulsion from the Senate will depend
on a separate vote in the upper house of parliament, expected to
take place next month.
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