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mercoledì 13 maggio 2015

Renzi, Alfano e la Mogherini battuti su tutta la linea. L'ONU non risponde, l'Unione Europea si divide, i libici di Tobruk minacciano e ricattano. Alla svolta europea ci crede solo l'UNHCR.


Fallimento completo dell'iniziativa italiana avviata con il Consiglio straordinario dell'Unione Europea del 23 aprile scorso, subito smentito da una risoluzione del Parlamento europeo assai critica verso il piano di azione proposto dall'Italia. Per gli americani non ci sono prospettive per l'intervento di terra.

http://sputniknews.com/europe/20150510/1021963944.html

Adesso la Commissione vara misure prive di basi giuridiche sia sul piano internazionale che sul piano del diritto europeo, e oltre all'Irlanda, alla Gran Bretagna ed alla Danimarca, che fanno valere le clausole di "opt out" in loro favore, si sfilano anche gli stati UE più nazionalisti come l'Ungheria e la Repubblica Ceca.

http://europa.eu/rapid/press-release_IP-15-4956_en.htm

European Agenda on Migration: Questions and Answers
Factsheet: Relocation and Resettlement
Factsheet: Joint Operation Triton
Factsheet: Legal Migration
Country factsheets: European Assistance to Member States
Glossary: The Agenda explained
Directorate General for Migration and Home Affairs Website
Website of First Vice-President Frans Timmermans
Website of High Representative/Vice-President Federica Mogherini
Website of Commissioner Dimitris Avramopoulos
Communication on the European Agenda on Migration
Annex to the European Agenda on Migration

Le osservazioni sul contenuto del piano europeo da parte del Commissario  UE per l'immigrazione Avramopoulos

http://europa.eu/rapid/press-release_SPEECH-15-4982_en.htm?locale=en

http://cyprus-mail.com/2015/05/12/britain-refuses-to-participate-in-eu-migrant-resettlement-plan/

Le quote di ingresso protetto e di ridislocazione (20.000) in Europa sono insignificanti e spalmate in due anni. Una presa in giro sulla pelle dei migranti. Le parole di Timmermans

http://europa.eu/rapid/press-release_SPEECH-15-4985_en.htm?locale=en

http://europa.eu/rapid/press-release_IP-15-4956_it.htm

http://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-32695483

http://www.independent.com.mt/articles/2015-05-13/local-news/Watch-European-Commission-presents-European-Agenda-of-Migration-6736135474

 Unico percorso battuto con pervicacia da Renzi e dalla Mogherini, il tentativo di convolgere i regimi dittatoriali dei paesi di transito, nell'ambito del Processo di Khartoum promosso dall'Italia, per arrestare  i migranti nei paesi di transito e per dare più mezzi a Frontex ed a Triton per bloccarli e deportarli anche nei paesi di origine. Alla chiamata europea qualcuno risponde... Ecco il ruolo che si propone di giocare il Niger.

http://www.trust.org/item/20150512134310-tqp59/?source=fiOtherNews3

Alla svolta europea crede solo l'UNHCR... davvero sorprendente, dopo le ultime posizioni, si sono messi a fare politica anche loro.

 C O M U N I C A T O S T A M P A 
Roma, 13 maggio 2015 
L’UNHCR ACCOGLIE CON FAVORE LA DECISA SVOLTA NELL’AGENDA SULLE MIGRAZIONI PROPOSTA OGGI DALL’UNIONE EUROPEA E NE SOLLECITA UNA RAPIDA ADOZIONE 
L'UNHCR elogia le proposte della Commissione europea, annunciate oggi, per la gestione delle migliaia di rifugiati e migranti che arrivano in Europa attraverso il Mediterraneo. 
Le proposte includono il rafforzamento degli interventi per il salvataggio di vite umane in mare, meccanismi efficaci per consentire vie legali di ingresso nell'UE a persone in fuga dalle guerre, e la necessità di prevedere un'equa ridistribuzione dei rifugiati. Le proposte contengono anche dei provvedimenti per far fronte ad alcuni fattori che spingono le persone nelle mani dei contrabbandieri, comprese le disperate condizioni che molti rifugiati affrontano nei paesi di primo asilo e di transito. 
"Le proposte avanzate dall'Unione Europea rappresentano un grande passo in avanti in termini di gestione dei flussi di rifugiati e migranti" ha dichiarato Volker Türk, Assistente Alto Commissario dell'UNHCR per la Protezione. "Ora è estremamente importante, e vitale per il salvataggio di vite umane, che queste proposte siano adottate in tempi rapidi e pienamente attuate". 
Negli ultimi anni i livelli record di migrazioni globali causate da guerre e conflitti in Siria, in Iraq, nei paesi del Corno d'Africa e in altre regioni dell'Africa sub-sahariana, combinati all'insicurezza in Libia e al blocco di vie terrestri in altre regioni, hanno alimentato il forte aumento del numero di rifugiati che tentano di entrare in Europa attraverso una delle poche vie rimaste accessibili: le traversate in mare. 
Nel 2014, circa 219.000 persone hanno attraversato il Mediterraneo a bordo di imbarcazioni gestitedai trafficanti, oltre 3,500 tra loro hanno perso la vita. Il 50% di queste persone erano rifugiati, in fuga da guerre e persecuzioni. Finora, nel 2015, circa 62,500 persone hanno intrapreso questa pericolosa traversata e almeno 1,800 tra loro hanno perso la vita.  
“La solidarietà nell’approccio tra Stati Membri dell’Unione Europea è l’unica maniera in cui può essere affrontato un problema di questa natura e l’UNHCR esprime profondo apprezzamento nel vedere che questo principio è stato riconosciuto nelle proposte presentate oggi.” ha affermato Volker Türk. ”L’UNHCR è pronto a fornire tutto il supporto necessario agli Stati Membri per trasformare in realtà questi obiettivi.  

http://www.unhcr.org/55537b166.html

Il gioco sporco lo fanno gli egiziani ed il governo di Tobruk. E si prepara una coalizione araba per intervenire in Libia. Il Mediterraneo pieno di navi militari, ma non per soccorrere i migranti, pensano di garantire gli approvigionamenti ed il traffico commerciale.

http://yournewswire.com/turkish-ship-attacked-off-libya-coast/

http://www.mcclatchydc.com/2015/05/11/266264/new-arab-coalition-coming-together.html

https://www.middleeastmonitor.com/news/africa/18277-security-source-egypt-embroiled-in-illegal-emigration-across-libya

http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2015-05/11/c_134229927.htm

Intanto l'inasprimento delle misure per prelevare con la forza le impronte digitali, sotto il diretto controllo delle polizie di mezza Europa ( per questo ne hanno inviati tanti) farà esplodere i centri di accoglienza e non basterà certo qualche arresto per resistenza a pubblico ufficiale per sedare gli animi. L'esasperazione dei migranti, privati per mesi, se non per anni, di documenti per potere circolare liberamente e ricongiungere le famiglie, diventerà incontenibile. Occorre adottare le misure previste dalla Direttiva 2001/55/CE sull'afflusso massiccio di profughi e se l'Italia non decide il governo dovrà avvalersi dell'art. 20 del T.U. sull'immigrazione, che prevede il rilascio di uno specifico permesso per protezione temporanea in caso di afflusso massiccio di profughi.

COMUNICATO STAMPA

Pozzallo e Lampedusa: Barbara Spinelli: “Commissione europea indaghi sull’uso della forza nel rilevo delle impronte dei migranti, anche minori”

Bruxelles, 13 maggio 2015

L'eurodeputata Barbara Spinelli (Gue-Ngl) ha depositato un'interrogazione alla Commissione in cui – congiuntamente ai colleghi Elly Schlein, Laura Ferrara, Ignazio Corrao, Eleonora Forenza e Curzio Maltese – chiede chiarimenti sulle violenze subite da numerosi richiedenti asilo nei centri di primo soccorso e accoglienza di Lampedusa e Pozzallo.
Con particolare riferimento al Centro di primo soccorso e accoglienza di Pozzallo, fonti diverse e concordanti documentano l’uso illegittimo della forza per costringere i migranti, anche minori, all’identificazione attraverso il prelievo delle impronte digitali in violazione delle salvaguardie previste dalla Convenzione europea dei diritti dell'uomo e dalla Convenzione delle Nazioni Unite sui diritti del fanciullo. Vari cittadini stranieri, anche minori, hanno dichiarato di aver subito percosse con manganelli elettrici.
Gli eurodeputati chiedono alla Commissione di indagare sugli avvenimenti di questi giorni e valutare se ciò che continua a registrarsi a Lampedusa e a Pozzallo non violi l’art. 4 della Carta dei Diritti Fondamentali dell’Unione Europea, gli art.3 e 5.4 della CEDU, l'art. 14 (b), 17 e 19 della Direttiva 2003/9/CE detta di "Accoglienza" e l'art. 8 del Regolamento n. 2725/2000 detto "Eurodac".

Le proposte italiane di bombardare i barconi o di intervenire in suolo libico, rilanciate fino a ieri da Alfano, naufragano in un mare di vergogna. Si pensa soltanto ad inasprire il mandato repressivo dell'agenzia Frontex.

http://www.lemonde.fr/afrique/article/2015/05/09/migrants-en-mediterranee-la-libye-rejette-le-plan-de-l-union-europeenne_4630528_3212.html

http://aei.pitt.edu/63488/

Intanto altri stati, determinanti per la crisi libica, come l'Egitto e la Turchia, sotto lo sguardo interessato di Russia ed Israele, si preparano all'ennesimo regolamento di conti per controllare le risorse che attraversano il Mediterraneo.

http://www.mcclatchydc.com/2015/05/11/266264/new-arab-coalition-coming-together.html

http://www.egyptindependent.com/news/150-libyan-tribe-leaders-attend-international-meeting-cairo

La vita dei migranti, i canali umanitari, la libertà di circolazione, l'abbattimento dell'iniquo regime Dublino non li vuole proprio nessuno, nè si aprono canali legali di ingresso per lavoro. Dopo i barconi che continueranno ad affondare trascinando in fondo al mare migliaia di vite, naufraga definitivamente l'Unione Europea. Rimane solo l'Europa delle banche e delle borse, ma la crisi economica spazzerà presto anche quella.

Come mentono sulla sorte dei migranti, che dicono di salvare ma che condannano a morte, stanno mentendo anche sulla ripresa economica annunciata ma che non si vede. Grandi imbrogli per conquistare il successo elettorale.Il bombardamento mediatico è già cominciato, si annunciano grandi successi nelle politiche sull'immigrazione e in campo economico.  Ma gli elettori non si faranno prendere in giro, anche se il rischio più grave in questa situazione sarà l'astensionismo di massa.

Le uniche posizioni ragionevoli, di una minoranza al Parlamento Europeo, la GUE-NGL, la sinistra europea che c'è già, la gravità dei fatti non si farà piegare dalle contraddizioni e dagli egoismi di chi si è impadronito del potere forzando le regole elettorali.




EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT
2014 - 2019

Plenary sitting


Barbara Spinelli, Cornelia Ernst, Marina Albiol, Martina Anderson, Malin Björk, Kostas Chrysogonos, Marie-Christine Vergiat, Eleonora Forenza, Tania Gonzalez Penas, Takis Hadjigeorgiou, Pablo Iglesias, Patrick Le Hyaric, Younous Omarjee, Curzio Maltese, Marisa Matias,  Lola Sanchez Caldentey, Neoklis Sylikiotis, Estefania Torres Martinez, Miguel Urban Crespo, Kostas Chrysogonos, Dimitris Papadimoulis, Stelios Kouloglou, Sofia Sakorafa, Kostadinka Kuneva, Emmanouil Glezos,


{GUE}on behalf of the GUE/NGL Group


European Parliament resolution on the report of the extraordinary European Council (23 April 2015) - The latest tragedies in the Mediterranean and EU migration and asylum 


The European Parliament,
- having regard to the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union,
- having regard to the European Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms,
- having regard to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights of 1948,
- having regard to the Geneva Convention of 1951 and the additional protocol thereto,
- having regard to its resolution of 9 October 2013 on EU and Member State measures to tackle the flow of refugees as a result of the conflict in Syria,
- having regard to its resolution of 23 October 2013 on migratory flows in the Mediterranean, with particular attention to the tragic events off Lampedusa,
- having regard to the debates held, since the beginning of the current legislature, in the European Parliament Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs on 22 July 2014 on the Implementation of the Communication on the Work of the Task Force Mediterranean; on 4 September on Frontex Activities in the Mediterranean and on the Task Force Mediterranean; on 24 September on the Commission 5th Annual Report on Immigration and Asylum (2013)[1]; on EASO Annual report on the situation of Asylum in the European Union (2013); on JOT Mare on 21 April 2014,
- having regard to the annual reports of the UN Special Rapporteur on the Human Rights of  Migrants, in particular the report, published in April 2013, on the management of the EU’s external borders and its impact on the human rights of migrants, and the report published in April 2014, on Labour exploitation of migrants,
- having regard to resolution of 17 December 2014 on the situation in the Mediterranean and the need for a holistic EU approach to migration,
- having regard to the 10 points action plan proposed by the European Commission ahead of the extraordinary European council of 23 April 2015,
- having regard to President Juncker's statement at the extraordinary European Council that "La toute première priorité consiste à sauver des vies humaines. L'urgence est immédiate et il faudra que nous renforcions les moyens pour sauver les vies",
- having regard to the Speech by Martin Schultz, President of the European Parliament, at the extraordinary summit of 23 April 2015,
- having regard to the European Council statement of 23 April 2015,
- having regard to the declaration of secretary general of the UN, Ban Ki-moon, on 26 april 2015 to the newspaper La Stampa stating that “There is no military solution to the human tragedy playing out in the Mediterranean," and that "it is crucial that we take a holistic approach that looks at the root causes, at security and the human rights of migrants and refugees, and have legal and regulated immigration networks",
a.    whereas more than 1554 migrants have died since the beginning of 2015 according to the International Organisation of Migration, with many more missing; whereas the drowning of more than 800 migrants on 19 April 2015 constitutes the biggest tragedy in the Mediterranean since World War II,
b.    whereas more than 30 000 persons have died at sea in the past twenty years, pointing once more to the need to do everything possible to save the lives of people in danger and to the need for Member States to abide by their sea-rescue obligations according to International Maritime Law;
c.    whereas the ‘Mare Nostrum’ patrolling, rescue and surveillance operation launched by Italy to enhance the humanitarian rescue activities in the Mediterranean, has during 364 days rescued 150 810 migrants; whereas the Italian Government has closed its Mare Nostrum operation, with the justification that it constituted a “pull factor” encouraging migrants and smugglers to attempt the sea crossing: a justification totally disproved by the facts;  whereas no search and rescue operation of the same size has replaced Mare Nostrum since then due also to the lack of solidarity from countries of the European Union, which have not been living up to their responsibilities; whereas the end of Mare Nostrum meant the end of huge boats solely devoted to search and rescue stationed in the high seas close to the Lybian coast where most refugee boats get into distress;
d.    whereas the joint operation ‘Triton’ coordinated by Frontex has become fully operational on 1 November 2014 and has border surveillance as its mandate, not search and rescue; whereas Triton assets have been used for search and rescue under the coordination of the Italian Search and Rescue coordination center which led to a complaint of FRONTEX of the use of their assets by the Italian coastal guards in the high seas; whereas tripling the budget of Triton, as decided by the European Council on Thursday 24 April 2015, will not reduce the number of migrants dying at sea given FRONTEX mandate, the type of equipment and the current 30-miles limit of the operational area;
e.   whereas the possibilities for people in need of protection to legally enter the EU are very limited; whereas estimates suggest that 90% of asylum seekers actually enter the EU in an irregular manner; whereas the number of Schengen visa granted to Syrian nationals has dramatically dropped in the course of the Syrian war, from 30,000 in 2010 to almost zero in 2013;
f.    whereas the neighbouring states of Syria, according to UNHCR estimates host an estimated 3,9 million Syrian refugees; whereas European Member States have taken only 37.000 Syrian refugees via the resettlement programme of the UNHCR, while UNHCR is calling for 10% of Syrian refugees to be resettled (370.000) and is urgently looking for at least 130.000 resettlement places for refugees with special protection needs; whereas 13 Member States have so far not been resettling a single refugee;
g.    whereas the EU and its Member States contribute to nurturing the criminal and dangerous business of human smuggling by building fences and increasingly sealing off their external borders against migrants and refugees - without providing possibilities for safe and legal access to the EU; whereas the EU and its Member States are therefore failing to deliver an adequate response to the deaths in the Mediterranean and the refugee crisis in our neighbourhood,
h.    whereas in the margins of the Justice and Home Affairs Council (JHA) on 12 March 2015 the Interior Ministers of France, Germany, Spain as well as the European Commission discussed a proposal by Italian Interior Minister Angelino Alfano to outsource search and rescue, and maritime control of EU borders,  to countries such as Egypt or Tunisia who would then bring the rescued migrants to their shores; whereas this proposal aims to produce a “real deterrent effect, so that fewer migrants would be ready to put their life at risk to reach Europe’s coasts; whereas Ministers of Interior discussed at the JHA Council  the possibilities of setting up refugee camps in Northern Africa and the possibility to process asylum applications in these camps;
1.    Pays tribute to the men, women and children who have died over the years in their attempt to reach a safe place in Europe and expresses its sincere condolences, solidarity and support to the families of the victims; calls the EU and Member States to do their utmost to identify the bodies as well as the missing persons and inform their relatives;
2.    Recognises the need to operate a radical and immediate shift in migration and asylum policies; condemns in this regard the Council statement of 23 April 2015 that has failed to do so by putting the emphasis on strengthening Fortress Europe with repressive measures and treatment of migrants as if they were a threat instead of deciding to take immediate measures with the aim of saving lives;
3.    Recalls that the EU and its Members States have a responsibility in the war, chaos, economic misery, hunger and death  refugees and immigrants are escaping from, including because of global neoliberal economic policies;
4.    Condemns the decision to triple FRONTEX Triton operation budget, presented with extreme hypocrisy, in the statement of the European Council, as a measure of search and rescue; recalls in this regard FRONTEX Director statement to The Guardian on the eve of the extraordinary summit that Triton cannot be a proactive search-and-rescue operation as this is not in FRONTEX's mandate: a declaration not contradicted by the final statement of the European Council of 23 April 2015; warns in this regard the Commission and the Council that the Parliament will reject the 2016 budget in its role as co-legislator if it does not include a specific search and rescue provision, as well as it will reject any provision of additional EU funds for 2015 if they are not exclusively devoted to search and rescue and humanitarian assistance in order to save lives; calls for the suppression of the FRONTEX agency and the transfer of its budget on measures aiming at saving lives, including search and rescue, relocation and resettlement;
5.    Notes the absence of consensus among Member States on the needed political shift to address the death in the Mediterranean and finds it unacceptable that governments continue to blame each other for lack of action; calls therefore for a coalition of willing Member States prepared to take a lead to put in place a multinational search and rescue operation to save lives, and to develop mechanisms for increased solidarity and mutual support for refugee reception, including with the use of EU funds; calls if enough members states are prepared to cooperate to activate the enhanced cooperation procedure to achieve these goals;
6.    Welcomes the provision as pledged by some Member States at the Council meeting on 23 April 2015 of ships devoted solely to search and rescue in the high seas and urges other Member States to provide assets including boats able to station in the high seas solely devoted to search and rescue in order to carry out a Mare Nostrum + that would be a robust multi-national European search and rescue operation sparheaded by those countries that are prepared to taking action focusing solely on saving lives;
7.    Condemns the decision of the Council to concentrate all effective efforts, including military ones, only on the fight against smugglers and the destruction of their vessels along the coasts of Lybia or other North African countries and calls the EU and Member States not to engage in any CDSP half civil half military operation in this regard;
8.    Warns on the potential impact of the Council proposal “to use EUROPOL to detect and request removal of internet content used by traffickers to attract migrants and refugees, in accordance with national constitutions" as it might also be used to hamper internet communication exchange among migrants and with migrant support and solidarity communities, which have in the last months enabled to save thousands of life; calls to take this concern into account if such action would be undertaken by Europol and/or other authorities;
9.    Condemns the absence of any proposals to ensure safe and legal access to the EU for both asylum-seekers and economic migrants, considering the extreme difficulty to separate flight from wars, from dictatorial regimes or militias and from economic disaster, and calls for ambitious proposals in this regard;
10. Calls for the immediate issuing of humanitarian visas at Member States embassies and consular office for asylum-seekers as well as the introduction of a mandatory resettlement programme at EU level instead of the weak voluntary resettlement programme proposed by the Council;
11. Calls the Commission and Member states to immediately activate the Temporary Protection Directive (Directive 2001/55/EC) in light of the current mass influx of refugees;
12. Condemns the vagueness of the commitment to increase emergency aid to frontline Member States; urgently calls the Commission and Member states to present a more ambitious and concrete proposal in terms of emergency aid;
13. Condemns  the reluctance of the Council to commit to emergency relocation between all Member States; calls the Commission and Member States to  immediately initiate a pilot relocation programme for Syrian and Eritrean refugees and beneficiaries of subsidiary protection  countries initially targeting Syrians as well as Eritreans rescued at sea and disembarked in Greece and Italy, according to UNHCR proposals to address current and future arrivals of asylum-seekers, refugees and migrants by sea to Europe; calls also the Commission and Member States to examine the possibility of mutual recognition of asylum decisions;
14. Calls the Commission to suspend immediately the Dublin regulation and propose immediate radical alternatives to this regulation that fails to ensure effective access to asylum;
15. Calls for a rapid and full transposition and effective implementation of the Common European Asylum System by all participating Member States; calls Member States in their transposition to adopt higher standards than the CEAS;
16. Condemns the Council decision to move towards an acceleration of returns as this will endanger the right to a fair assessment of applications for international protection; reminds that no country in the world can be considered as safe and that every person applying for asylum should have his/her application assessed individually;
17. Condemns the detention of migrants and calls for the suppression of detention centers; supports efforts made in this direction in some Member States and calls for the need to implement alternatives for detention;
18. Calls Member States to comply with the international principle of non refoulement: not only in words but also in deeds;
19. Calls the Commission and Member States to immediately suspend cooperation with Third Countries aiming at preventing migrants and refugees to reach a safe place in Europe and improving border control such as Eritrea, Sudan, Somalia, Ethiopia and Egypt which refugees are fleeing from and to suspend the Khartoum and Rabat process; calls in this regard to suspend any financial assistance to the Egyptian and Eritrean regime in light of UN and NGO reports on human rights abuses;
20. Rejects proposals by Member States to set up European asylum centres in third countries and to involve Northern African countries into European search and rescue with the aim of intercepting refugees and bringing them back to the African shores; calls on the Commission in this regard to provide the Parliament with an evaluation of the compliance of these proposals with international law, in particular the Geneva Convention, and with other practical and legal obstacles to the implementation of these proposals;
21. Calls the Commission to develop and come up with an ambitious EU Agenda on Migration based on a holistic and common approach and solidarity in full respect of fundamental rights; calls in this regard the Commission to include ambitious proposals for safe and legal access, relocation, resettlement and search and rescue;
22. Calls the Commission to put an end to all policies that are at the root of migration flows, including its role in global economic policies, Common Agricultural Policy in relation to Third countries and free trade agreements;
23. Calls for the High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy and Member States to re-evaluate the geo-political and global economic roots of the mass exodus from the arc of instability stretching from Sub-Saharian Africa through the Mediterranean to South Asia and to recognise the responsibility of the EU, NATO and Member States in the permanent wars and chaos of these regions; states in this regard that the stepping up of cooperation with Turkey as announced by the Council in view of the situation in Syria and Irak is far from being a politically and democratically viable solution;
24. Instructs its President to forward this resolution to the President of the European Council, the President of the Commission, the Vice-President of the Commission / High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, the presidents of the parliaments of the Member States.


[1]      COM(2014)0288.

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Un blog perché la cronaca quotidiana non diventi assuefazione, per contrastare la rimozione di problemi che sono prodotto di scelte politiche e di prassi amministrative che si nascondono dietro le retoriche dell'emergenza e della sicurezza. Prima di Lampedusa, prima dello sbarco, cronache di viaggi che spesso terminano in tragedie, poi notizie raccolte nei luoghi di sbarco e di accoglienza, dove si diffonde la detenzione informale e dove i diritti fondamentali dei migranti vengono compressi da una discrezionalità che si sottrae a qualsiasi controllo giurisdizionale, infine testimonianze di viaggio verso altri paesi, per trovare quel futuro e quella dignità che lItalia non garantisce più. E dunque fatti, persone, non numeri o dati, un racconto quotidiano che diventa memoria, ma anche impulso per modificare, in Italia ed in Europa, il quadro legislativo e le procedure applicate.


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