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Italy: In Parliament, Conte promises to undo Salvini's anti-migrant laws

2019-09-09T21:38:05.079Z

The new Italian coalition government was approved on Monday 9 September in Rome at the Chamber. Among his priorities: to defeat the anti-immigration laws of Matteo Salvini.



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The President of the Italian Council Giuseppe Conte in front of the Chamber of Deputies on September 9, 2019. REUTERS / Remo Casilli

The new Italian coalition government was approved on Monday 9 September in Rome at the Chamber. Among his priorities: to defeat the anti-immigration laws of Matteo Salvini.

With our correspondent in Rome, Anne Treca

The new government headed by Giuseppe Conte has committed to a new season of reforms. With a change of course noticed in economic matters, but also management of immigration. It will be necessary to understand in fact what will really change. But the vocabulary is different. The new coalition wants to restore calm in Italian public life and places the word integration alongside immigration.

All a symbol, because never, with Matteo Salvini to the business , it had been considered of positive action for the immigrants. From now on, Giuseppe Conte announces a real policy of the reception, which in front of the deputies was worth to him a thunder of applause.

The end of coups against migrant relief NGOs

Before the Assembly, Giuseppe Conte promised " a law that will continue the fight against human trafficking and illegal immigration, but at the same time be able to deal more effectively with the issues of integration, with those who have the right to stay and those who are not allowed to stay . "

Strikes against migrant relief NGOs are no longer on the agenda. The punitive laws of Salvini will be corrected. Giuseppe Conte promised it to the President of the Republic Sergio Mattarella.

Source: rfi

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