Regarding Suarez’s cheating case, David Brunelli, a lawyer defending the University of Perugia, made a comment in an interview with PuntoNuovo. He did not think there was cheating in the exam and claimed that Suarez’s loose standards are understandable. of.
Brunelli said: "There are currently two questions about this exam. The first is whether the player has reached the B1 Italian level, and the second is how the details of the exam were revealed."
“Some people say that this happened because there was a private agreement before the candidates paid some remuneration to pass the exam. The media claimed that Juventus asked the school to let Suarez pass the exam, and the prosecutor also presupposed that there was a money transaction in the middle. "
"But in fact, they couldn't find evidence of the transaction at all, and no one had ever mentioned it. In fact, the school just thought it would be an opportunity for publicity. Letting this well-known star pass the exam will increase the school's popularity. Things that normal people can understand."
"I don't have the authority to read all the survey documents, but I have read a lot of content and talked with the teachers and school leaders who participated in the exam. I think the exam has come to an end, and everyone can understand the situation about the exam. ."
"What if it is really cheating? Then these faculty members may be sentenced to 1-6 years, and they will be unemployed as public officials, and Juventus will be fined by federal prosecutors."