[:en]Immigration: 17,000 expulsions carried out in 2017. Albanians and Tunisians ranked first[:]


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[:en]We provide statistics on immigration in Italy published by the journal "Il Sole 24 Ore" last month. Several immigrants in the near country have been repatriated because of crimes committed or because they did not have regular documents to stay in Italy. Lombardy (3,765) and Puglia (4,375) are the regions with more repatriations of irregular migrants. Follow Lazio (2,174), Sicily (1,593) and Piedmont (1,436). Global expulsion data was provided by Interior Minister Marco Minniti. Since the beginning of the year, 39,634 irregular migrants (+ 15% compared to 2016) have been traced back to Italy and 17,405 (+ 15.4% compared to last year), away from repatriation and reinstatement in their home countries. The Sole 24 Ore could view the data by territory and nationality. In spite of so many political rumors, the contrast to irregularities is growing and progressive. By October 15, the foreigners actually removed were 16,388; Twenty days later - Minniti's report in Parliament updated on November 5th - rose by more than a thousand (+ 6.2%). In spite of the difficulties for the lack of Cpr (returning centers) operating only in Bari, Brindisi, Caltanissetta, Turin and Rome, arriving at the end of the year in Potenza. And obstacles with a number of states that are not so inclined to make readmission agreements. The first immigrants to be repatriated are Albanians with 7,502 people, while in the second place, after the Albanians there are Tunisians with 1,660 people.[:]

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