Salvini vows action on Naples bomb

'He is already receiving police reinforcements'

(ANSA) - Rome, January 16 - Deputy Premier and Interior Minister Matteo Salvini said Wednesday he would respond with "actions and not words" to comments made by Naples mayor Luigi de Magistris after a bomb attack on an iconic pizzeria in the southern Italian port city. "Naples can hire more local police, it is already benefiting from police and Carabinieri reinforcements, it has received funds for video-surveillance and thanks to the security decree it has received more resources, an ad hoc regulation to scrap old confiscated motorcycles in exchange for incentives and more power for public order and evictions," Salvini said. "Clearly," the minister continued, "the mayor either didn't realize this or didn't understand it. He is too focused on cuddling up to social centers and clandestine immigrants. On Friday I will be in the Naples area."


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