Dl Caivano, from sanctions for those who don’t send their children to school to crackdowns on baby gangs: here’s what he foresees

With 155 votes in favour, 66 against and 36 abstentions, the Chamber definitively approved the Dl Caivano, the bill to convert the decree containing urgent measures to combat youth hardship, educational poverty and juvenile crime, as well as for the safety of minors in the digital environment, already approved by the Senate and on which the government gained confidence yesterday . The provision created to put a stop to degradation and youth crime in the municipality of Caivano therefore becomes law, after the rape of the two little cousins aged 10 and 12 by a group of minors.

Territorial control operations continue in Caivano

Meanwhile, the agents of the Afragola police station, with the collaboration of the Campania Crime Prevention Department, carried out an extraordinary control service of the territory in the municipality of Caivano and in particular in the “Green Park”. 522 people identified, 301 vehicles checked, of which three were subjected to administrative seizure and 4 to administrative detention. Eight violations of the Highway Code were reported.

The agenda to remember the murdered musician Cutolo was approved

The Chamber of Deputies unanimously approved the agenda presented by Debora Bergamini (Forza Italia) to the Caivano decree which aims to identify moments to dedicate to the memory of the murdered musician Giovambattista Cutolo. The agenda, which had received the government’s favorable opinion, was also signed by all the opposition groups. Here are the main points of the provision.

Loss of inclusion allowance for those who do not send their children to school

More severe penalties for those who do not send their children to school. Imprisonment of up to one year for unjustified absences of the minor. Failure to regularly attend school precludes the family from accessinginclusion allowance. The state schools of Abruzzo, Basilicata, Calabria, Campania, Molise, Puglia, Sardinia and Sicily can activate temporary assignments of ATA staff to combat school dropout and support students.

More severe penalties for illegal possession of weapons and drugs

Penalties for illegal carrying of weapons and for minor crimes relating to the illicit production, trafficking and possession of narcotic substances (from 4 to 5 years). Serious crimes such as mafia and terrorism may result in the loss of parental rights.

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