Lunedì, 24 Settembre 2018

Northern League bigwig says Kyenge 'instigating criminality'


Milan, May 14 - Integration Minister Cecile
Kyenge, Italy's first black minister, is "instigating
criminality" by proposing that illegal immigration no longer be
considered a crime, Northern League bigwig Matteo Salvini, said
on Tuesday.
Salvini, head of the League in Lombardy, in an interview
with Tgcom24 TV news program referred to the pickaxe murders by
Ghanian migrant Mada 'Adam' Kabobo in Milan last weekend that
left three people dead.
"In Ghana there is the death penalty for these kinds of
crimes. I am against it, but I hope that Kabobo spends the rest
of his days in jail...and not here so it doesn't cost us public
money," Salvini said.
Kyenge said during a RAI3 news talk show on Sunday that
she will work on repealing the Bossi-Fini law passed during
ex-premier Silvio Berlusconi's administration making clandestine
immigration a crime.
"It is one thing to improve on the Bossi-Fini law to make
it more efficient, and another thing to shred it," Salvini said.
"What would happen in Milan alone, with 50,000 illegal
immigrants, if a minister let on that it was OK to be
clandestine without repercussions?", Salvini said.
Since her swearing-in, Salvini has attacked Kyenge several
times, saying that "having a former illegal immigrant as a
minister can only happen in Italy, and it's making a laughing
stock of us".
Kyenge, 48, was born in Congo and moved to Italy three
decades ago to study medicine.

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