“Immigrants have satellite dishes and phones, let’s warn them of the risks”

After the harsh statements of some government officials regarding the entry of immigrants into the country, now it is the turn of Chamber Vice President Fabio Rampelli. On the sidelines of the inauguration ceremony of the new president of the Lazio Region, Francesco Rocca, the Italian Brotherhood’s deputy, citing the words of Interior Minister Matteo Piantedosi, said he found it reasonable: According to Rampelli, leaving migrants can be informed by being informed about the risks. Recently, a ship full of migrants sank off Cutro, Calabria, killing at least 66 people.

“There are antennas, satellites and phones, let’s inform them”

“Minister Piantedosi’s call seems like an abstract call, but consider what impact this might have, given that the countries from which the immigrants come have satellite dishes and telephones, so we can reach the entire population in difficulty and show them that these trips are for very risky journeys. not as depicted by the human smugglers demanding even a thousand euros”, words of the Chamber’s vice president, Fabio Rampelli.

“The second message – continues Rampelli – is not to economic migrants, but to refugees that the international community will help them. Of course, we cannot do this alone, but we are on the front lines to welcome people fleeing war and persecution”.

The Deputy Head of Department on Immigrants once again emphasizes that Minister Piantedosi’s call is not intangible, “we would all have made a better impression if we had dealt with the fight against the crime syndicate and the trafficking of men by smugglers. Who are the endpoints of these death journeys”.

What Piantedosi said about the Cutro wreck

“Despair can never justify travel conditions that endanger the lives of one’s children,” Interior Minister Matteo Piantedosi said after the crash in Cutro, in which at least 66 people were confirmed victims.

“There is an ongoing investigation, and no one is backing down, and I am not going to do that,” said Piantedosi, speaking of the investigations into the relief efforts for the Cutro shipwreck on Sunday, February 26, at a hearing on the Department’s programmatic lines before the Constitutional Affairs Commission. pull”.

Piantedosi will report on the shipwreck in the Senate Hall on Wednesday, March 8. It was established by the group leaders conference in the Senate. However, there is no decision regarding the request for the Minister of Transport and Infrastructure Matteo Salvini to be heard.

Source: Today IT

\