Editorial Staff 28 August 2021 12:00
Among the 117 migrants who disembarked yesterday at the Nuremberg Pier from the Aurelia ship, there were also two young people who had already been expelled from Italy. Waiting for them on the quay were, among others, the investigators of the Flying Squad who, at the end of the operations, arrested a 23-year-old Moroccan nationality and a 30-year-old Tunisian. Following the investigative activities related to the event, it emerged that the two citizens were responsible for the crime of illegal re-entry into the national territory. In particular, the young Moroccan had been reached, in October 2019, by an expulsion decree, issued by the prefect of La Spezia, with a ban on re-entry for a period of 10 years, while the Tunisian had been notified in September 2020 with a decree of refoulement, issued by the police chief of Syracuse, with prohibition to return to the national territory no earlier than 3 years. The immigrants were arrested and, at the disposal of the judicial authority, were held in the security rooms pending the very direct rite.