The new GUP hearing that will have to decide the fate of the trial on Giulio Regeni's death will be set for January.
In that case the judge will have to take all possible ways, starting with a new letter of letters in Egypt, to make the accused's knowledge of the proceedings against them effective and not just presumed.
Therefore, the fate of the proceedings against four 007 Egyptians accused by the Rome Prosecutor's Office of having kidnapped, tortured and killed Giulio Regeni in 2016 will not be discovered before the end of the year. After yesterday's decision of the III Court of Assizes, which annulled the indictment order, the ball can again be sent to the judge who sent the four to trial last May, claiming that they voluntarily evaded the trial. Thesis disavowed yesterday by the judges of the Assizes. Within 20 days all the documents of the trial, about 15 folders, will return to the attention of Judge Pierluigi Balestrieri who will then have to set a new hearing to address the issue of absence and failure to notify for General Sabir Tariq, Colonels Usham Helmi, Athar Kamel Mohamed Ibrahim,and Magdi Ibrahim Abdelal Sharif.
The decision on the possible suspension of the trial against the 007, accused of the murder of Giulio Regeni, will be the gup of Rome after he has taken all the steps to make the defendants aware of the proceedings against them.
After the rogatory, which will be requested at the new GUP hearing, the judge will set a second hearing, a few months later, to take stock of the "research" of the four.
If they remain untraceable, the GUP will issue an order to suspend the proceedings.
The procedure envisaged at that point is the renewal of the rogatory every 12 months.