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TOP NEWS | Sunday, 10 May 2009

‘We’re in perfect tandem’

After diplomatic spat, Malta now joins forces with Italy

Malta’s home affairs minister Carm Mifsud Bonnici yesterday said Italy’s forced repatriation of 227 migrants to Libya had “brought Malta and Italy closer” and even went further to state the two countries are now working in “perfect tandem”. >>

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Italy and Malta fail

Last week, it seemed we were proud of the government’s resoluteness not to give in to Italy’s demands to take in the Pinar migrants for being saved in our search and rescue area – indeed, we forgot what happens inside our detention centres when we applauded Lawrence Gonzi’s steadfastness.>>


An Italian job
Italian ambassador PAOLO ANDREA TRABALZA is adamant that Italy is a champion of human rights, despite having forcefully repatriated migrants in distress at sea back into Libya – but as he notes, he is just the ambassador and it should be the politicians to handle the controversy >>

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