Italy Makes It Easier To Deport Migrants


28 Sep
28Sep


Colton Hveem

The Italian government has just made it easier to remove migrants from the country. “Migrants could now be expelled if they are found guilty of serious crimes such as rape and assault,” BBC reports.

This is yet another loud step forward for the administration. Yet, the criminal acts that are to make migrants deportable may not stop there. Salvini has suggests that this decree may also allow for asylum applications to be denied if the applicant is accused of drug dealing.

The Italian government has passed a decree which will make it easier to deport migrants and strip them of Italian citizenship.

Migrants could now be expelled if they are found guilty of serious crimes such as rape and assault. Matteo Salvini has described the decree as “a step forward to make Italy safer.”

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