New protests in the CPR I appreciate it d’Isonzoin Friuli Venezia Giulia. In fact, on the afternoon of Saturday, December 16, some immigrants They set fire, causing several fires, inside the repatriation center. Harsh sentence for deputy prime minister Matthew Salvini and the minister Matteo Piantedosi.
According to Ansa, some migrants they lit the firecausing several fires, inside the repatriation center of I appreciate it d’Isonzoin the province of gorizia.
Also involved security operators, hit by numerous objects. The activists of the group “Never again concentration camps. No to the CPR”, quoted by the LaPresse agency, explains that the immigrant protest dates back to Saturday, December 16 and follows that of last December 10.
Since then, we read on social networks, “nothing has changed yet: the cold and biting never the heaters don’t work For weeks and weeks, the “The conditions of the dilapidated structure are shameful.”
“Garbage, mold everywhere, latrines and showers without hot water (and often without cold water), clogged and smelly, broken windows, dirty blankets, worn and dirty foam mattresses,” the activists emphasize. All of this, in a “structure that is made by Unworthy cages even for zoo animals.“.
Matteo Salvini’s harsh sentence: “Immediate expulsion”
The deputy prime minister Matthew Salvini commented on the immigrant protests in the CPR Of I appreciate itd’Isonzo. “Solidarity with the police and security personnel,” stressed the League leader.
The “firm condemnation” of Minister Matteo Piantedosi for what happened I appreciate it d’Isonzo
“There can be no tolerance against those who think of bringing fire and violence to our house. Immediate expulsion“he added.
Minister Matteo Piantedosi’s speech
Even the Minister of the Interior Matteo Piantedosi He condemned the immigrants’ protests. “I express my strongest condemnation – said the minister in X – for the episodes of violence of which some subjects detained in the CPR were protagonists I appreciate it d’Isonzo“.
“My thanks – he added – goes to police force personnelintervened quickly to quell the unrest in the center and avoid danger to the safety of people“.
Due to frequent fires and damage, reports the Adnkronos agency, Gradisca CPR houses 87 people instead of the 120 for which he is responsible.
A situation that is also repeated at the national level, where the continuous devastation within the structures reduces Hospitality from 1400 to only 600 seats..