WILLEMSTAD - The case in which Schotte is claiming compensation from the country of Curaçao is scheduled for June 6. This, however, is not sure since the date could be changed.
Gerrit Schotte wants compensation because he should have never been sentenced. Roberto Pellicano, the Italian public prosecutor could prove that in an interrogation.
For Schotte's conviction and imprisonment, it makes no difference, the former prime minister has been sentenced definitively.