Roma multietnica | by Matteo Minnella

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In Rome in 2009 about 270,000 residents were immigrants. As many, perhaps even most, are the immigrants 'irregular' living in the territory of the capital. In April of the same year he was elected as Mayor of Rome, Gianni Alemanno, known exponent of the Roman right, that immediately implements the policy of 'zero tolerance' against illegal immigrants. In a short time almost all of the squatter settlements occupied is dismantled, the largest gypsy camp of Europe 'Casilino 900' is razed by bulldozers and its 618 inhabitants, including 273 children moved to other areas of the city.
It 'a multi-ethnic Rome where they live, work and claim their own rights of citizens around the world.
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