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Italy’s new government wants to deport 500,000 peopleND


The Economist, Thursday June 7 2018

No sooner had Italy’s new Prime Minister Matteo Salvini been sworn in than he was proclaiming his eagerness to kick the 500,000-600,000 immigrants who are supposedly living without authorisation in Italy. “The good times for illegals are over,” he said. “Get ready to pack your bags.” Mr Salvini branded the NGOS who save migrants from drowning in the Mediterranean and land them in Italian ports (with the permission of Italian authorities) as “substitute people smugglers, and announced that migrants who are refused humanitarian protection will be shut into closed encampments from here on in. One reason that this cannot already happen is that most of the countries of origin of migrants refuse to have them back, but Mr Salvini said that he intends to negotiate more repatriation commitments.

For the full story see: www.economist.com

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