I am very pleased with this accord which represents a step forward in combating illegal immigration and human traffickingItaly, Nigeria sign immigrant patrol pact Feb 17, 2009
Talk of rehabilitation is not enough. Society must defend itselfItalian minister: Use chemical castration Feb 16, 2009
Many Roma are EU citizens, but do not respect any of these (financial) requirementsItaly to press for indigent expulsions Aug 23, 2010
There's a difficult situation in Rosarno, like in other places, because, for years, illegal immigration -- which feeds criminal activities -- has been tolerated and nothing effective has ever been done about itPope urges respect for migrant workers Jan 11, 2010
This is the way to do it, to fight organized crime every dayPolice crack down on Calabrian mafia Jun 08, 2010
Roberto Maroni (born March 15, 1955) is an Italian politician from Varese. He is a member of the Northern League (Italian: Lega Nord) political movement. Since 1992 he is a Member of the Chamber of Duputies of the Italian Republic, always elected in Lombardy's districts and costituencies. He currently serves as Interior Minister of the Italian Republic.
In 1979, he received a law degree, with a dissertation in Civil Law, from the University of Milan. He became a lawyer after spending two years working as a Legal Affairs Manager for various companies.
In 1990, he was elected Province Secretary of the Northern League in Varese. He also became a town councilor in Varese that year. Two years later, he was elected Chairman of the Northern League Parliamentary Group. He also entered the party's Federal Council and campaigned heavily for the Northern League prior to Berlusconi's first Cabinet.