Italy overturning Salvini’s anti-migrant laws and tough directives against NGO traffickers

Italy overturning Salvini’s anti-migrant laws and tough directives against NGO traffickers

Italy quietly overturning Salvini’s anti-migrant laws and tough directives against NGO traffickers.

Moreover, they are pushing for an EU-wide migration scheme to relocate the illegals across the EU.

Italy made the unilateral choice to grant entry without the input of others like the V4 states, which wanted the ports closed. So it is only natural that the V4 states should make their own decisions regarding whether they accept or don’t accept the illegals, without the input of Italy or Brussels.

The Nation States must determine their own asylum procedures without interference from the EU Commission or foreign governments.

The unjust trial of Salvini regarding his efforts to defend the borders when he was the Interior Minister could spill over to other countries.

If Salvini is found guilty (which would be ridiculous), this would set a very dangerous precedent for other EU member states such as Malta, Croatia, and Greece, which have also rightly challenged the NGO smugglers and defended their borders with pushbacks.

The V4 Report may be at odds with Salvini’s latest moves, but he did not receive nearly enough support from other so-called anti-migration leaders in the EU (Orban the exception) when it was sorely needed.

There are certain battles that one has to fight and that require more than observer status…before that opportunity is lost.

https://euobserver.com/opinion/150932?fbclid=IwAR06iUa9Y2sXjaV6053SMe2Y8YyTk-Md4MY7ukiGSNnRZyWZbs2gpzMX8tw