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Vivendi notes that if Simon Fiduciaria had been able to vote at the Extraordinary Shareholders’ Meeting on September 4th regarding Mediaset’s proposed merger into MediaForEurope, the resolution regarding this project would have been rejected.
Moreover, independent shareholders (not close to the Berlusconi family, Mediaset’s majority shareholder) present at the meeting overwhelmingly voted against the resolution.
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