On Sunday, Italian Minister of Interior Matteo Salvini announced that he intends to recall former French extremist militants convicted of murder after the arrest of Cesare Battisti in Bolivia, protected for a long time by Paris, according to agerpres.ro.
"I promise to be the beginning of a process, because there are so many others running for Europe and the world: individuals convicted three or four times in life and a restaurant that writes books. .. "Matteo Salvini, also a leader of the far right in Italy, said on national television.
"There are some in France, often France asks Italy and the Italian government to respect the rules and human rights," added the Italian minister, a constant critic of President Emmanuel Macron.
"I will also ask Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte for months to write to President Macron why France returns, after many years, to the criminals alive," he added without mentioning a name.
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In the 1980s, French Socialist President François Mitterrand pledged not to extradite any leftist militants who renounced armed struggle. About a hundred Italian militants who actively participated in the "lead years" crimes of the previous decade have been able to bring their lives back to France.
Cesare Battisti benefited from this jurisprudence between 1990 and 2004, until Jacques Chirac, the successor of François Mitterrand, put an end to it. Later, he fled to Brazil.
On Sunday, other situations occurred in the light of the day. Federico Fornaro, head of the Liberi and Uguali parliamentary group, referred to the case of Alessio Casimirri, a former member of the Red Brigades command team who in 1978 kidnapped and assassinated Prime Minister Aldo Moro.