Berlusconi's passport slated to be confiscated

Tax-fraud ruling upheld for ex-premier

Berlusconi's passport slated to be confiscated

Rome, August 2 - The police headquarters in Milan on Friday began procedures for the confiscation of ex-premier Silvio Berlusconi's passport following the tax-fraud sentence upheld by Italy's supreme court on Thursday. The measure will be carried out by Rome police, where Berlusconi has his residence registered. The ruling also means Berlusconi cannot stand in future elections and sooner or later he looks set to be stripped of his status as Senator.

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