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Italy: Governement and Immigration – plenty of words, less action

Categories: Western Europe, Italy, Citizen Media, Development, Governance, Human Rights, Labor, Law, Migration & Immigration, Politics, Youth

According to Stefano Femminis (popoli.info [1] [it]), the current Monti government has shown more talk than actual action in regard to immigration, and the followings are emphasised [2] [it]:

The situation remains the same as an year ago: expensive and unnecessary “human dumps” that in fact function as prisons for people that have committed no crime except for not having documents. The citizenship law persists on deeming as immigrants hundreds of thousands of people that have never immigrated from anywhere else: those are the 705 thousand children born and breed in Italy from foreign parents, companions in playing and learning to other children, not being any different from them if not for their rights.