Today the meeting of technicians from various ministries and Palazzo Chigi. The provision could reach the Council of Ministers in one of the next meetings. It has not yet been defined in detail. It should contain interventions to more effectively combat violence against women, to curb the phenomenon of baby gangs and to regulate the activity of NGOs engaged in the search and rescue of migrants in the Mediterranean
The new security decree could reach the Council of Ministers in one of the next meetings. To finalize it, a meeting is scheduled for today at the Interior Ministry between technicians from various ministries and from Palazzo Chigi.
We are working on the new safety decree
According to Corriere della Sera, the provision has not yet been defined in detail. Among other things, it should contain interventions to more effectively combat violence against women, to curb the phenomenon of baby gangs and to regulate the activity of NGOs engaged in the search and rescue of migrants in the Mediterranean. In addition to the technicians of the Ministry of the Interior, the legislative offices of Infrastructures, Labour, Justice, Defence, Foreign Affairs and Palazzo Chigi take part in the meeting. In addition to the individual dossiers, the text would allow the authorities to use the taser in any risk situation, even in Italian municipalities where the device has not yet been supplied.
Violence against women and baby gangs
As for violence against women, always writes the Courier, the direction of the government is both to tighten the sentences and to strengthen the activity of prevention of episodes of violence, going for example to expand the possibilities of the quaestors to issue warning measures against stalkers. A method is then studied to impose a ban on staying and approaching the places that the victim usually frequents. On the baby gang front, in the most serious cases the daspo would also be applied to minors who have turned at least 14 years old. Then there is the ban on the use of mobile phones to combat forms of bullying on the Internet.
The code of conduct for NGOs
Then there is the NGO chapter. Interior Minister Piantedosi’s line is clear: to limit the possibility for ships to remain “for days” at sea. The code of conduct will therefore impose the obligation for NGOs to carry out only one rescue, following which the Coast Guard must be promptly informed and disembarkation in a safe port must be requested. Stop transferring from one ship to another. The administrative sanctions for non-compliance with the rules are a fine and seizure of the vessel.