Italian Senate votes to lift Salvini’s immunity, paving way for trial over migrant detentions Italian Senate votes to lift Salvini’s immunity, paving way for trial over migrant detentionsWhat is former Italian interior Minister Matteo salvini on Facebook? He was being accused of aggravated kidnapping charges stemming from an episode last summer, 16 migrants on boardwalk in Sicily for almost a week defending the borders of his country. Her father is often away from home. Because he’s spending time, kidnapping human beings, but because he’s defending the borders and security of his country. That was his precise Duty. It was not right, it was his duty. As long complained, the country is taking the brunt of migrants fleeing across the Mediterranean, while other EU countries have failed to do their share serving as interior minutes took a hard stance implementing a closed ports policy.
Last July, some migrants were allowed to come ashore for medical treatment, but prosecutors accused salvini of crossing a line when he forced the majority of them to stay in road conditions aboard the ship, with one toilet to share between them. The migrants eventually came on Shore after the EU helped broker a deal Pizza power and illegal detention, which could bring a penalty of up to 15 years in prison after a process which could take months, the prosecutors allege he acted alone.Italian senators voted on Wednesday to lift immunity for far-right leader Matteo Salvini, opening the way for a potentially career-ending trial over accusations he illegally detained migrants at sea last year.
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