Recently FNSI, together with the national journalists association, has sent a new letter to the newly nominated interior minister Anna Maria Cancellieri, asking her to give the media the possibility of learning what happens inside these centers. "Public opinion has the right to know!" the journalists' union stated.
"At the detention center of Trapani there is no water in the toilets, the shower water is cold, the dorms are over crowded. Under these conditions it is very difficult to protect human dignity", said UE parliamentary Cecilia Wikstrom meeting the press after visiting Trapani's Cara.
"As her first act as interior Minister Anna Maria Cancellieri should revoke the document that prevents journalists to enter CIE", FNSI president Roberto Natale stated a few days ago. He also confirmed that the Italian Journalists Union and the Association of journalists will carry on the campaign lasciateCIEntrare (Let us in). "We will do it - Natale explained at a press conference at FNSI last week - to understand if there has been an effective change with the new Monti government (following Berlusconi's) and if it will have the courage to pass simple civil laws".