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Illegal Migrants From Somalia Living In Free Italian Villa Demanding Free Wi-Fi and Free House Cleaning Services

Migrants dump rubbish in the streets in protest over the fact the free Italian villa they have been given does not have a CLEANER and wi-fi

Refugees were given shelter at the Italian duplex after arriving from Africa

They blocked roads in town near Milan, sparking heated rows with locals

The town's mayor said: 'We absolutely won't tolerate protests like this'

By SIMON TOMLINSON FOR MAILONLINE

December 22, 2015


Migrants have dumped rubbish in the streets in protest at not getting a cleaner or wi-fi at the free villa they have been given for shelter.
The 24 refugees are up in arms after demanding someone clean up after them in the Italian duplex where they have been housed since arriving from sub-Saharan Africa last summer.

They are also angry at not being provided free internet, which has prevented them from contacting relatives back home.

The demonstrations, which first took place last week, also blocked main roads in the town of Ceranova, near Milan, sparking heated rows with members of the local community.

Dirty demonstration: Migrants have dumped rubbish in the streets in a protest at not getting a cleaner or wi-fi at the free villa they have been given for shelter in Italy

The town's mayor, Alessandro Grieco, was forced to intervene personally with the help of three police officers to calm the situation, it was reported by The Local, which cited La Repubblica.
Mr Grieco has expelled the 24-year-old leader of the protests from the villa.

He said: 'The migrants have obviously flagged up a few issues for them but this is not the way to draw attention to them.

'We absolutely won't tolerate protests like this.'

One MILLION migrants have now entered Europe.

Matteo Salvini, the leader of the anti-immigration Northern League party has also attacked the protest, asking: 'They wan't someone to clean their homes can you believe it?'
He even joked about dispatching the left-wing leader of Italy's Chamber of Deputies, Laura Boldrini, to clean up the mess.

'To keep them happy, let's send Boldrini,' he said.

It comes as new figures revealed that more than a million migrants had now crossed into Europe this year - more than four times the total for 2014, it has been revealed.

Migrants wait to be checked after disembarking from the Italian Coast Guard vessel Peluso as they arrive in the Sicilian port town of Augusta, Italy in June
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Migrants wait to be checked after disembarking from the Italian Coast Guard vessel Peluso as they arrive in the Sicilian port town of Augusta, Italy in June

Half of those arriving were Syrians fleeing the war, another 20 per cent were Afghans, and seven per cent were Iraqis, according to agencies monitoring the flow.

More than 800,000 arrived by sea in Greece while 3,700 have died or gone missing trying to cross the Mediterranean.

The figures were revealed by the International Organisation for Migration, which said the million mark was exceeded on Monday.

More than 820,000 crossed into Greece from Turkey, including more than 455,000 from Syria and over 186,000 from Afghanistan, the IMO said.
The 162-country intergovernmental agency says the arrival of more than 4,100 people into Greece on Monday put the annual total over 1 million.

The figure includes more than 34,000 arrivals by land from Turkey into neighboring Greece and Bulgaria, or only about 3.5 percent of the total this year.


Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3370532/Migrants-dump-rubbish-streets-protest-fact-free-Italian-villa-given-does-not-CLEANER-Wi-fi.html#ixzz3v5dYIU4e
 






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