Italy's Senate approves 'Anti-Migration decree' - Reports

  07 November 2018    Read: 1091

In early June, Italian Interior Minister Matteo SalvinSalvini said that Italy could not remain Europe's "refugee camp" while neighboring countries close their borders and defend their borders with weapons.

Italy, one of the first entry points for migrants in Europe, has been seeking to review the Dublin Regulation, which allows for refugees to be sent back to the country where they first entered the continent. Rome claims that the regulation is inadequate for managing migration flows and calls for a fairer migrant resettlement system.

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