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Parliamentary question - E-004270/2020Parliamentary question

Casimirri – the Italian terrorist hiding in Nicaragua

Question for written answer E-004270/2020
to the Commission
Rule 138
Marco Campomenosi (ID), Matteo Adinolfi (ID), Simona Baldassarre (ID), Alessandra Basso (ID), Mara Bizzotto (ID), Paolo Borchia (ID), Angelo Ciocca (ID), Rosanna Conte (ID), Gianantonio Da Re (ID), Marco Dreosto (ID), Gianna Gancia (ID), Elena Lizzi (ID), Alessandro Panza (ID), Antonio Maria Rinaldi (ID), Silvia Sardone (ID), Annalisa Tardino (ID), Isabella Tovaglieri (ID), Marco Zanni (ID), Stefania Zambelli (ID), Danilo Oscar Lancini (ID), Luisa Regimenti (ID)

Alessio Casimirri, a former member of the Red Brigades, is an Italian terrorist who has absconded to Managua, where he is living under the protection of the Nicaraguan Government. In Italy he has been sentenced definitively to six life terms for the kidnapping of Aldo Moro and the murder of his escorts in Rome on 16 March 1978.

On 14 March 2019, following approval of an amendment tabled by the ID political group to a resolution on Nicaragua [1] , Parliament called for the terrorist’s immediate extradition to Italy to ensure that justice is served, not least out of respect for the victims’ families [2] .

In view of the above, can the Commission answer the following questions:

Last updated: 18 August 2020
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