Giovedì, 18 Ottobre 2018

Inquiries to 'get to bottom' of Kazakh expulsion from Italy


Rome, July 15 - Inquiries into the expulsion the
of the wife and daughter of prominent Kazakh dissident Mukhtar
Ablyazov from Italy will "shed light on and get to the bottom of
the matter", Premier Enrico Letta said on Monday.
"Those responsible will have to answer for their mistake,"
Letta told the Italian daily Il Corriere della Sera.
Alma Shalabayeva and her six-year-old daughter were taken
into custody by police after an overnight blitz May 29-30.
In an 18-page testimony by Shalabayeva published by the
Financial Times, the woman explained that she and her daughter
were taken by "gangster-like" men who were not wearing uniforms,
but carried pistols.
"A swarm of 30-35 people burst into the house. Another 20
or so people remained outside. But in total around 50 people
took part in the attack," she said.
"The group continued to shout at me in Italian, I did not
understand what specifically he said. The only thing that I
could make out in this stream of invective was "Russo bitch!" I
was in shock, I froze and closed my eyes," Shalabayeva said.
Shalabayeva and her daughter were held in Rome's Ponte
Galeria immigrant detention center before being taken to
Ciampino airport and put on a private jet with Kazakh diplomats.
Letta, Foreign Minister Emma Bonino and the Justice
Minister Anna Maria Cancellieri have denied knowing about the
operation until after the fact.
Letta has called for Rome police to submit a report
disclosing the operation "the earliest possible".

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