Arrivederci Italia! Italy to seek to track down and deport migrants with no right to stay

ROME (Reuters) – Italy will seek to deport more migrants who have no right to be in the country and will open new detention centers to hold them before their expulsion, according to a written directive and a ministry source.

Police chief Franco Gabrielli sent a two-page directive to stations across the country on Friday ordering them to increase efforts to identify and deport migrants a week after Berlin Christmas market attacker Anis Amri was shot dead near Milan.

The directive, seen by Reuters, says police should take “extraordinary action” before the “growing migratory pressure in an international context marked by instability and threats” to “control and remove irregular foreigners.”  MORE

7 Comments on Arrivederci Italia! Italy to seek to track down and deport migrants with no right to stay

  1. It’s now 15 years since Italian journalist Oriana Fallaci stirred up a firestorm with her book “The Rage and the Pride” which spoke honestly about the disaster of Islamic immigration even back then. She was condemned then, but now she looks like a prophet.




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