Attitude in Italy to refugees from the Middle East.
Italy, as a member of the European Union, is a highly developed state that recognizes fundamental human rights.
Today there are two types of support in this country:
� Formal granting refugee status;
� Subsidizing and protecting a person with a similar status.
Refugees are officially eligible for employment, as well as access to education and health systems.
However, it is worth noting that, in order to obtain the status of an official refugee, a person needs qualified assistance from a legal entity that is able to regulate issues simultaneously in several countries, that is, having perfectly legal norms both of the host country and the country left. That is, the fact of threat and harassment, as well as violations of human rights, must be proved extremely qualitatively. In addition, the proof is necessarily subject to, and the impossibility of solving the problem in an abandoned country by any legal means. Thus, the peaceful population, unlawfully oppressed by these or those elements, is screened from various undesirable elements. This system works really well, the results of recent surveys among official refugees show their significant adherence to liberal currents and peaceableness. Although many of them are adherents of the Muslim religion, most of them not only do not support, but also condemn the radical trends of this religion.
Illegal migration to Italy today is strictly controlled by the strengthening of posts on the border with Tunisia, in addition, the recent decision to issue temporary residence permits in the first order to those who declared their desire to leave Italy for any other Schengen country, stimulates a general decrease in the number of refugees in Tunisia country.
Thus, one can easily conclude: the devil is not so terrible as he is painted. Of course, some of the refugees in Italy are present, but their activities are regulated by legislative acts and are controlled by the authorities. Today Italy is taking a series of actions aimed at becoming a truly multinational country. This will undoubtedly be a big step forward in its development.