Media Mogul And Billionaire berlusconi Has Passed On

Silvio Berlusconi

The billionaire media mogul Silvio Berlusconi, who was prime minister of Italy multiple times between 1994 and 2011, has passed away. He was 86.

Berlusconi passed on at the San Raffaele Emergency clinic in Milan, as per local media.

The mogul experienced a few serious diseases, including Coronavirus, which brought about rehashed hospitalizations back in September 2020.

Last month, he was released from hospital where he got a month and a half of therapy for a lung contamination connected to constant leukemia.

The former leader was the billionaire Italian media mogul who filled in as the nation’s state head on numerous occasions over a time of nine years.

Mediaset, the largest commercial broadcaster in Italy, was controlled by the tycoon.

Berlusconi was found guilty of having sex with Karima El-Mahroug, a 17-year-old nightclub dancer, at one of his wild “bunga” parties, but he was later found not guilty.

He received a seven-year prison term and a lifetime ban from public office, but Italy’s highest court later found him not guilty.

Berlusconi’s political career included appointments as Italian state head from 1994 to 1995, 2001 to 2006 and 2008 to 2011.

Since 2019, he has been a member of the European Parliament, where he previously served from 1999 to 2001. His Forza Italia party is as of now a junior partner in Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni’s decision traditional alliance.

Berlusconi entertained several business ventures in tandem with his political tenure, accruing a fortune estimated at around $7 billion in June.

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The former Italian leader had promised — but failed — to sell his assets in the media company when he was prime minister. He also owned the Italian soccer club AC Milan from 1986 to 2017.

He had five children from two marriages and was involved in a number of scandals, trials, and sexual escapades.

Meanwhile, policymakers have honored Berlusconi through social media on Monday June 12.

During his nine years as prime minister, Berlusconi was not always well-liked by the people. This made him the third longest leader of the Italian government after fascist dictators Benito Mussolini and Giovanni Giolitti.

At a 2009 campaign rally during his last spell as leader, Berlusconi was struck in the face by a deranged man employing a statuette of the Milan house of God. Berlusconi suffered a broken nose, a cut lip, and the loss of two teeth in the bloody assault.

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