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Ilaria Salis must be moved to Italy or embassy - father

Ilaria Salis must be moved to Italy or embassy - father

Safety in peril after judge reveals address - Roberto Salis

ROME, 24 May 2024, 14:04

ANSA English Desk



(see related) Anti-Fascist activist Ilaria Salis must be allowed to go back to Italy or moved to the Italian embassy in Budapest after the judge in her assault trial revealed where she is staying in the Hungarian capital while under house arrest, her father said on Friday The 39-year-old Monza elementary school teacher is on trial in Hungary for allegedly being part of a German-led hammer gang that allegedly targeted three neo-Nazis on their Day of Honour commemorating an SS regiment's "heroic" resistance against the Red Army on 11 February 2023.
    "We now have an absolutely unmanageable situation," Roberto Salis said after the judge revealed her address during a hearing on Friday.
    "The government must take a stand now and make sure either that Ilaria is immediately transferred to Italy or that she goes to the embassy now".
    The Italian Ambassador to Budapest Manuel Jacoangeli said the embassy had highlighted what happened during the hearing to the Hungarian authorities and "requested the adoption of all necessary measures" to guarantee Salis's safety.
    Salis on Friday appeared in a Budapest court for her trial for the first time without the chains she was shackled with for previous hearings.
    Her conditions of detention have sparked protests from Italy after she was repeatedly led into court on a chain with her hands and ankles cuffed, a procedure Hungary says is standard but which aroused indignation here.
    The Green-Left Alliance (AVS) recently made her one of its candidates for next month's European elections.
    A Hungarian court subsequently accepted Salis's plea to be released to house arrest and she was let out of Budapest's Gyorskocsi utca maximum security prison on Thursday after 15 months in jail.
    The Hungarian prosecutor has asked for a prison term of 11 years but Salis's father says she risks as long as 24 years in jail on charges of attempted murder.
    If she is elected to the European Parliament, Salis may be eligible for parliamentary immunity.


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