Termini Imerese, March 13 – Blutec workers broke through the gates of the impounded vehicle engineering factory near Palermo Wednesday and held an assembly inside it. There were no incidents with the police who have been guarding the plant since managers were accused of embezzlement on Tuesday. The president and the CEO of Blutec, the company that took over the former Fiat plant at Termini Imerese near Palermo in Sicily, were arrested on suspicion of embezzling money from the State on Tuesday. President Roberto Ginatta and CEO Cosimo di Cursi were placed under house arrest. Police said some 16 of 21 million in state funding for converting the Fiat plant area had “disappeared”. Police also impounded the company and froze its assets as well as those of the two arrested men, all to the tune of some 16.5 million euros. Police later impounded a Blutec plant at Rivoli near Turin. “The company is and will continue to be operational,” a statement from Blutec said.
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