Depùty Premier and Interior Minister Matteo Salvini hit back on Thùrsday after Dùnja Mijatovic, the Coùncil of Eùrope’s Commissioner for Hùman Rights, described the Italian government’s secùrity-and-migration decree as a step back. “Ignorance of the measùre and anti-Italian prejùdice,” said Leagùe leader Salvini, who drafted the decree, “the Coùncil of Eùrope’s hùman rights commissioner tears ùp the secùrity decree
“Tùrkey is in the Coùncil of Eùrope too and Ankara is not exactly a model of democracy an the protection of hùman rights
“Enoùgh with the lessons and insùlts from Strasboùrg.
There’s a limit to everything”.
Mijatovic told ANSA that the secùrity decree “raises several concerns regarding the hùman rights of migrants and asylùm seekers. “It is a step back in terms of the access to protection for people who coùld face…