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Court rejects Berlusconi claim of bias over alimony payment

Ex-premier called female panel of judges 'feminist, Communist'

Court rejects Berlusconi claim of bias over alimony payment

(see related story) Milan, January 9 - Milan's criminal courts on Wednesday rejected accusations from Silvio Berlusconi of bias in the ruling that saw the ex-premier ordered to pay 36 million euros a year in alimony to his estranged wife Veronica Lario. Berlusconi said on Tuesday that the three-woman panel that decided on the figure as part of a divorce settlement were "feminist and Communist judges". The courts said in a statement that it "rejected with firmness any insinuation of bias" by the panel.

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