The M5S will not participate in any discussion on the so-called reform of the justice system that is what is wanted by a convicted criminal with the objectives that are the separation between the careers of prosecutors and judges, the abolition of the principle of mandatory prosecution, the direct accountability of the judiciary, the prohibition on the publication of transcriptions of telephonic interceptions, and the reduction of the time period before the Statute of Limitations blocks proceedings. This is a reform that is tailor-made for thieves and it was preceded by Berlusconi’s despicable laws during his time in government. If Renzie wants to talk to us that’s up to him. It’s not our problem. This still applies in spite of continuous sirens and appeals from institutions in the last few days, that have seen private telephone calls to our senators. Sirens stop! We are not for sale. Nor are we a “Help the P2” call centre. Sitting down at a table with Orlando-the-mannequin would mean acknowledging his dignity, but he lost that the moment he chose to negotiate justice with one who has been definitively convicted for tax fraud. What sort of credibility can that sort of minister possibly have? From whom does he take orders and, above all, what has that to do with justice?