Italy pushes for reform of Dublin agreements

Mario Draghi, head of the Italian government, pleads for a balanced, efficient and humane management of migration on the continent.

It was at Italy’s express request that the migration issue was invited to tomorrow’s European Council, as its President of the Council, Mario Draghi, reminded Italian MEPs on Wednesday, triggering a round of applause. in the hemicycle. The “Balanced, efficient and human management” migrations through Rome, he pleaded, “cannot remain strictly Italian. It must be truly European».

The previous days, he had visited Spain, another country of first reception of migrants from the Mediterranean, then to Germany, in order to promote a real pact of asylum and European migration. The aim is still to reform the Dublin agreements, which he describes as “convention conceived in a different historical phase, adapted to the management of limited numbers“. Consensus on the need for reform exists. But Mario Draghi, who thinks mainly of Libya, would like it to be wide, that it aims to “stem the flow

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