Posts Tagged ‘Vatican auditor general’

Vatican former auditor general Libero Milone: not guilty Comments 0

Thursday, August 2nd, 2018

Vatican former auditor general Libero Milone, who has been cleared of alleged espionage and embezzlement charges, has opened up about why he resigned, returned, and his views on his arrest. His reason for resigning was compelling, he says. Once presented with the charges against him, he felt he must sign a resignation letter on the Read more

Vatican auditor-general: did he jump or was he pushed? Comments 0

Thursday, September 28th, 2017

The first independent Vatican auditor-general and the Vatican are telling different stories about why he resigned in June. Libero Milone says he was accused of spying after opponents of Pope Francis’ financial reforms mounted a campaign against him. The Vatican press office says Milone was “going outside his competencies and illegally hired an external company Read more

Vatican’s auditor general quits suddenly Comments 0

Thursday, June 22nd, 2017

The Vatican’s first ever auditor general, Italian financier Libero Milone, has resigned. He has not given any reasons for his unexpected departure from the post, which he has held for just two years. His role was to help ensure transparency in the Vatican’s finances. In a statement, the Vatican said: “It is noted that Doctor Read more