The Italian Senate voted on Thursday to lift right-wing leader Matteo Salvini’s immunity. The move clears the way for possible charges against the former interior minister for refusing to allow 164 illegal alien Muslim invaders to get off a George Soros-funded NGO human trafficker ship in Sicily last August.
RT The case from last August is the third involving a rescue ship standoff in which Italian prosecutors have sought kidnapping charges against Salvini.
During his 14 months as interior minister, Salvini repeatedly denied the illegal Muslim invader ships carrying migrant wannabes pretending to be refugees access to Italy’s ports. The policy resulted in numerous standoffs, leaving Muslim invaders stuck at sea for long weeks.
In the current case, Salvini refused access to the aid ship Open Arms, which remained at sea for three weeks until it was finally allowed to enter a port on the Italian island of Lampedusa, AP said.
Matteo Salvini remains one of the most popular politicians in Italy and will likely be elected Prime Minister in the next election.