The Italian public has has reacted angrily to a ruling by the European Court of Human Rights that it should relax conditions for mafia prisoners serving life sentences.
The court, which is based in Strasbourg, ruled that Italy’s tough prison regime for mafiosi and other criminals, including radical leftist and jihadist terrorists and who refuse to cooperate with Italian the justice system, is inhuman and degrading.
The court’s decision will affect around 1,000 inmates in Italy’s prisons, more ...
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