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Italian PM disappointed by Catania judge’s sentence

Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni claims the judiciary is unilaterally declaring Tunisia an unsafe country, criticising measures by the democratically elected government.

I was stunned by the sentence of the judge of Catania, who with incredible reasons releases an illegal immigrant, already recipient of an expulsion order, unilaterally declaring Tunisia an unsafe country and lashing out against the measures of a democratically elected government.

Meloni notes that this is not the first time something like this has happened, emphasising that Italy is facing unprecedented migratory pressure due to the instability of vast swathes of Africa and the Middle East.

The Italian government is working every day to solve the crisis of mass illegal migration.

“We do it seriously at every level: involving other European states and making agreements with African countries to stop the departures of boats and destroy the network of human traffickers.”

The Prime Minister emphasises that the government is trying to make it “common sense” to facilitate the expulsion of those who have no right to be admitted.

A difficult job, of course, but one that can lead to concrete results, with patience and determination.

She notes that overcoming the humanitarian crisis is further complicated by the actions of other countries in a “diametrically opposite direction.” Meloni also calls on Italy not to encourage illegal migration.

“And I’m not just talking about the ideological left and the circuit that has its own rich interests in hospitality.”


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