(ANSA) – NAPLES, NOV 26 – ” Often a banal and misleading representation is provided of criminal phenomena of great importance and complexity. A trivialization that reduces the criminal question to a question of public order and safety relegating it to the narrow confines of repression, de-empowering the complex of public policies that are instead called upon to act as a barrier ”. This is the complaint of the prosecutor of Naples, Giovanni Melillo, who spoke at the conference ‘The city and the Camorra – Naples and the crime question’ at the Federico II University.
According to Melillo, using the term ‘mafia infiltration’ is ” misleading because we are not in the presence of an emergency but of structural, economic and social connotations of this city, the region and a large part of the national territory. The Camorra – he added – acts as a formidable sector of financial power and mediation of the ordinary business system ”. (HANDLE).
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