Italy Passes Tough Immigration Law: 'The Salvini Decree Is Law; The Good Times (For Migrants) Are Over'Chris Menahan
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Italy's Interior Minister Matteo Salvini, the most popular politician in the country, is one step closer to making good on his campaign promise to deport 500,000 illegal migrants.
The Italian government passed a law that clamps down on asylum rights and boosts funds for police, handing Interior Minister and right-wing League party leader Matteo Salvini his first major legislative win.
“I’m willing to host women and children who are escaping from war ... But all the others, no,” Salvini said on Thursday, referring to the new legislation. “I don’t want to be seen as an idiot.”The law also allows for migrants to be stripped of their citizenship if they're convicted of terrorism.
Parliament erupted in cheers after the law was passed:
"The moment the security and Immigration decree became law!" Salvini tweeted. "I dedicate this applause and this enthusiasm to all of you, my friends, who have always believed in me. And it's just the beginning."
The League's popularity is exploding:
Largely as a result of his hard line on immigration, the League, after winning some 17 percent in the March election, has doubled its support, rocketing past its 5-Star partner.Two polls showed similar results:
Salvini also refused to sign onto the suicidal UN migration pact:
The future for Italy is looking bright!
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