Lunedì, 24 Settembre 2018
ROME

Italy won't accept lessons on racism - Salvini

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Rome, September 10 - Interior Minister and Deputy
Premier Matteo Salvini said Monday that Italy will not accept
any lessons after Michelle Bachelet, the United Nations' new
human rights chief, said the UN wants to see a team over reports
of migrants facing attacks and racism.
"Over the last few years, Italy has received 700,000
immigrants, many of whom were illegal, and it never received any
cooperation from other European countries," Salvini said.
"So we don't take lessons from anyone, least of all the UN,
which has again proved itself to be biased, pointlessly costly
and badly informed.
"The police deny reports that is a racism emergency.
"Before doing checks on Italy, the UN should investigate its
member States who ignore basic rights like freedom and equality
between men and women".
Bachelet said Monday that: "we intend to send personnel to
Italy to evaluate reports of a sharp increase in acts of
violence and racism against migrants, people of African descent
and Roma."
She added that a team would also be sent to Austria for
similar reasons.

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