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As a result, some Parliament members like Borghezio have been expelled and asked to step down after taunting the African Minister.

Aside from the obvious discrimination, in 2002, the Italian government passed a law requiring all non-Italian residents to have their fingerprints recorded as part of the process for applying for residency.

The cabinet of the new Integration Minister has set their main priority as balancing the budget to fix the country’s damaged economy.

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