Malta-Migrants protest over their detention

As reported in the Times Of Malta
Thursday, 29th January 2009 – 20:55CET

Migrants protest over their detention
Some 200 migrants held a noisy protest over their detention this evening in an incident sparked by a broken drinking water boiler.

The protest took place within Safi detention camp. Members of the Police Special Assignment Group were called in as a precaution but the protest calmed down without serious incident.

A member of the detention service was slightly injured when he was hit by a shaving foam can thrown by the migrants.

I really think we should use both the Verdala Palace and the San Anton Palace to house our guests. This will surely improve our image with both the UN and the EU, by giving up the official residence of our President and our Prime Minister, and should house them comfortably


January 29, 2009 - Posted by | Illegal Immegration, Illegal Immigrants Riot, Incompetent Malta Government, Malta, Malta Prime Minister, President Of Malta, Riots, San Anton Palace, Verdala Palace | , , , ,

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