Il governo romeno, nel disperato tentativo di far cassa per rimettere in linea di galleggiamento un bilancio pubblico disastrato e continuare a riscuotere le tranches successive di un prestito del Fondo Monetario Internazionale, sta andando incontro ad una serie di ostacoli legali tanto singolari quanto di alto profilo.
Italy on Friday started expelling European Union citizens considered a threat to society. The move came amid a crime wave involving many immigrants from new EU member Romania – and after a deadly assault on a navy officer’s wife that shocked the nation.
Giovanna Reggiani, 47, died Thursday night after two days in a coma. Her autopsy was performed on Friday. The alleged aggressor, a 24-year-old Romanian gypsy (Roma) named Nicolae Romolus Mailat, was arrested on suspicion of homicide and robbery. A hearing Friday is expected to charge him with murder and robbery.
Reggiani suffered “massive” head injuries consistent with blows from a blunt object such as a rock, police said.