Muslim refugees have completely taken over Europe in recent years, as millions of them have poured on the continent. Now, Italy is fighting back…
Yahoo News reported that Italy just announced that they will deport more migrants who have no right to be in the country and will open new detention centers to hold them before their expulsion. Police chief Franco Gabrielli made this announcement in a letter to stations all over the country telling them to increase efforts to identify and deport migrants a week after Berlin Christmas market attacker Anis Amri was shot dead near Milan.
Gabrielli said police should take “extraordinary action” before the “growing migratory pressure in an international context marked by instability and threats” to “control and remove irregular foreigners.”
This comes after it was revealed that Amri first came to Italy by boat in 2011. Officials tried to deport him back to Tunisia, but they were unsuccessful in their efforts and he was later released from a detention center and told to leave the country in 2015.
“Only four pre-deportation detention centers with about 360 beds are now functioning. The Interior Ministry is aiming to open up about 16 more with at least 1,000 more spots, the source said,” Yahoo reported. “That would still accommodate only a fraction of migrants without permits of stay estimated to be living in Italy. Of the more than 27,000 expulsion orders handed out in Italy in 2015, fewer than 5,000 were deported, according to Eurostat figures.”
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