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Cospito condition not alarming say sources

Majority united behind Meloni, 41 bis won't be touched - Salvini

(ANSA) - ROME, FEB 6 - The physical condition of Alfredo Cospito, the anarchist leader who has been on hunger strike for 110 days against the tough 41 bis prison regime he is being held under, are not alarming enough to require hospitalization from the clinic in Milan's Opera Prison he is currently in, prison sources said Monday.
    Cospito, who has lost 45 kg in his hunger strike against the 41 bis normally reserved just for mafia bosses, has been refusing supplements since last week.
    Sources said that if, however, his condition were to suddenly worsen he would be moved to the penitentiary medicine department of Milan's San Paolo Hospital.
    Cospito is campaigning to get the 41 bis lifted for all inmates, including mafia bosses.
    Premier Giorgia Meloni's government has said there is no chance of the regime, which mandates almost complete isolation to stop bosses running their clans from inside jails, being lifted or eased.
    League leader Matteo Salvini said Monday that the ruling majority, comprising Meloni's rightwing Brothers of Italy (FdI) party, Salvini's rightwing League and ex-premier Silvio Berlusconi's centre-right Forza Italia (FI) party, was united behind Meloni and the 41 bis would not be "touched.
    "The majority is united with Giorgia Meloni" said Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Infrastructure Salvini on the sidelines of an initiative at the Milan Innovation District.
    "You do not touch laws under threat and under blackmail or under violence. The 41 bis was born to prevent some dangerous prisoners, mafiosi or terrorists, from communicating their ideas outside".
    Meloni at the weekend urged "everyone to cool down" in a row over two FdI members accused of airing classified information and saying that the centre-left opposition Democratic Party (PD) had "bowed to the mafia" after four PD members visited Cospito to verify his condition on the same day that the anarchist received a message of support from a mafia boss.
    The opposition accused Meloni, however, of perpetuating the row after she defended her party members and said they should not bow to demands they resign.
    Anarchists have staged protests and attacks in Italy and abroad in support of Cospito and there were big rallies in Rome and Milan at the weekend in which demonstrators clashed with police and some weer arrested. (ANSA).


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