The Giallorossi government closes its eyes before monitoring the recent landings and refrains from assessing their scale and comparison with the same period of 2019 at the same time. However, it does not forget to provide huge resources for immigrants. In the past few days, the Home Office has allocated € 310 million (exactly € 309,880,000) to strengthen the program that officials need to activate the process of recognizing Italian citizenship. An almost exaggerated number if we consider the two steps that concern the management of the IT system and the other the training of the staff. And just as counting that the procedure was initiated by the offices without publication of the call, but only through private negotiations. Strange mode, unless the program is approved by extreme urgency restrictions ̵
Yes, but as on other occasions, the majority of the Democratic Party Cinquestelle simplifies and bureaucratizes every other day according to the motto “Cicero pro domo sua”. In short, only if it pays off. In this particular case, it appears that the Home Office is hurrying to develop the best cause to speed up the assignment of citizenship. However, if you measure the realistic relationship between application and recognition, it turns out that up to 35% of applications have been rejected in recent years due to incomplete requirements and insufficient documentation. That is, officials involved in evaluating applications have rejected them more than a third of the time. Who knows whether this new calculation and analysis system can, in view of the enormous costs, skim over the questions that have already arisen. We will see. Be that as it may, it is obvious to ask a kind of rhetorical question: how did this very difficult moment for Italy come when Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte is trying to extend the state of emergency until December 31 of next year? Is the Ministry of Interior’s priority to approve a project to assign citizenship to immigrants? To date, unless there are unexpected surprises, the proposed laws on Ius soli and Ius sanguinis appear to be strict in the pigeonholes of the majority, including those related to the draft law by the President of the Commission for Constitutional Affairs, Pentastellato Giuseppe Brescia , who fervently supports the fact that immigrant children who go to school are already a priori Italian citizens. In any case, despite the state of emergency, the administrative machine that takes care of the admission of migrants is put back into operation. In addition to this large sum of money, another was given, even if it is a small matter in comparison: EUR 7 million to commission cultural mediators with projects against the social, intellectual and vulnerability of migrants and to adopt rules for health care . This figure also includes the last 110 million for the expansion of some of the Siproimi projects. And last but not least, another 102 million for non-profit organizations that deal with integration on a national level.