What will Italian Interior Minister Marco Minniti say now? Will he say anything? Or will he shrug his shoulders, just like a few days ago when the U.N. criticized Italy in harsh terms for their deals with Libya?
And what about Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni? Will he act like nothing happened? He who just returned from an African tour, where he promised investments in exchange for putting the brakes on migration?
The accusations by Amnesty International, released Tuesday in their report entitled ”Libya’s dark web of collusion,” reported everywhere in the press, are both terrible and well-supported.