matteo salvini

Migrants at a lesson in the Catania asylum seekers reception center | photo archive ANSA / Orietta Scardino
Migrants and asylum seekers at the CARA refugee center in Castelnuovo di Porto, Rome, 22 January 2019. | Photo: ANSA/Massimo Percossi
The hotel Bellevue, in Cosio Valtellino in the province of Sondrio, was turned into a reception center for asylum seekers and in recent months had changed its name to Rezia Valtellina. Now it is about to close.| Photo: ANSA / Carlo Orlandi
Migrants who were evicted from the CARA refugee centre in Castelnuovo di Porto leaving the structure, January 23, 2019. ANSA/MASSIMO PERCOSSI
Palermo's Mayor Leoluca Orlando wih Valeria Calandra during a demonstration in support of NGO 'SOS Mediterrannee' and their flagship vessel, the rescue ship MV Aquarius, in Palermo, Sicily, Italy, 06 October 2018. ANSA/IGOR PETYX
Deputy Premier and Interior Minister Matteo Salvini holds a press conference on the topic of migrants, 23 January 2019.ANSA/ALESSANDRO DI MEO
Sea Watch 3 German search and rescue vessel | Photo: Picture-alliance
From file: Asylum seekers walk in Cara di Mineo, Europe’s largest reception center for asylum seekers, around 70 sm west from the port city of Catania in Sicily, Italy Nov 4 2015 | Photo: Imago/xinhua
From the left, Deputy Prime Minister Luigi Di Maio, Deputy Prime Minister Matteo Salvini and Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte during a ceremony for Holocaust Remembrance Day in Rome on January 24, 2019. ANSA/ALESSANDRO DI MEO
Migrants onboard the "Sea Watch 3" hoping for disembarkation, January 27, 2019 | Photo: Picture-alliance
The cover of "Registry and Rights: What Changes With the Salvini Decree" | Credit: CILD
The refugee and asylum seeker centre (CARA) in Castelnuovo di Porto, which is currently being cleared out for closure | ANSA