Letter: Shifting the scenery of Italian corruption

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The Independent Online
Sir: If Mario Laurenza's view that 'what has angered us is the level of corruption, not the corruption itself' (Letters, 31 March) is shared by many of his fellow Italians, then there is no hope for the country - whoever is elected. It is equivalent to saying: 'It's not that we object to murder - it's the amount that worries us.'

Yours sincerely,


London, SE22

1 April