Mercoledì, 19 Settembre 2018

Roma living in state-run camp ask for integration


Rome, August 30 - Some 150 Roma living in
state-run camps in Italy's capital sent an appeal to Rome's
mayor, Ignazio Marino, on Friday asking to be allowed to
integrate with the rest of the city.
"We do not want to live in a ghetto, we don't want to be in
camps. We want to integrate..," the letter read.
The Roma are living in the Castel Romano camp some 25
kilometers from Rome's city center.
"Dear mayor, we are citizens of this city where we have
lived for 30 years," said the letter signed by the community
spokesman, Sandor Dragan Trajlovic, and presented by the human
rights group 21 Luglio.
"We are proud to be Italian and European citizens. We are
Rom, we believe in inclusion and dream of being allowed to be
citizens of this city to all effects.
"For this we ask you to listen to our wishes to be treated
as citizens like everyone else, without discrimination or being
ghettoized," the letter said.

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