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Tuesday, July 10, 2018
Question 05 to be answered by Eni.
This is "Question 05" to be answered by Eni.
Dr. Mantovani. False Dossier. Obstruction of Justice.
Dr. Massimo Mantovani, began to be investigated by the Public Ministry of Italy
for “Obstruction of Justice” given the elaboration of a “Dossier” against Mr.
Luigi Zingales involving a “false conspiracy”.
to the promoters, the goal of this dossier is only to disturb the
investigations against the current CEO of Eni (Doc. 01), Mr. Claudio Descalzi, in the OPL
245 case, in Nigeria, also known as “Bribe of the Year”.
involving Mr. Luigi Zingales in this “False Dossier” Eni’s way to “avenge” the
attitude of its former advisor and the “reasons” alleged by him to the
newspapers when he resigned from his position in the Board of the company?
are the attitudes that the Board of Eni is taking regarding the very serious
acusation of “obstruction of justice” involving its former Chief Legal Officer?
If Dr. Massimo Mantovani’s participation is proven by the Italian Criminal
Prosecutor’s Office, what does Eni intend to do?
According to Italian prosecutors, the elaboration of this “Dossier” aimed to
“protect”, diverting the target of the investigations into the “OPL 245 Case”
of Eni’s curent CEO, Mr. Claudio Descalzi. Although Eni states that it “trusts”
in the management of its executive, the evidence presented by the Italian
Criminal Prosecutor’s Office is “robust” indicating that, indeed, there was a
billionaire payment of bribes for the acquisition of this asset in Nigeria. Wouldn’t
it be reasonable for Eni to “remove” its CEO until this case is finalized in
court? By not removing the CEO, doesn’t it tell the market and Eni’s
stakeholders that the company “endorses” acts of corruption that are totally contrary
to the words and spirit of Eni’s Code of Ethics?
I am Eni's Whistleblower that suffers "retaliation" from this company until today.
There will be a total of "15 questions" which, in these 17 years, Eni has not yet answered.
Follow daily the new questions in this Blog to see if the Italian oil giant will answer.