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More rejections after Salvini decree
CIR said that the overall protection rate in 2020 dropped by 12% compared to 2018. The organization linked the rise in rejections to policies introduced by former Interior Minister Matteo Salvini in the fall of 2020 that were in place until late 2020.
In October 2018, Italy adopted security decrees (colloquially known as the Salvini decree) that in many ways made the Italian asylum system more restrictive.
Two years later, the government introduced a new decree on migration and security that does away with some of the more restrictive asylum policies introduced by the Salvini cabinet. In December of 2020, the parliament passed this decree.
In its report, CIR praised the policy change, saying that the situation is “much better after the reform of the security decrees.”
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