Gueant wants to speed up the repatriation of Romanian criminals from France

The French minister of Interior, Claude Gueant asked authorities to speed up the process of repatriating the Romanian criminals caught in France, which account for 10 pc of the number of people brought before a court in Paris, AFP informs, quoted by Mediafax. “We must speed up the process of returning (Romanian criminals) to their country of origin,” Gueant said during a visit on the Champs-Elysees Boulevard – a place where “all forms of crimes committed by Romanians can be found” (thefts, shoplifting, illegal commerce) as police sources say. According to the French minister, “Paris police has detained 4,800 Romanians in the first seven months of 2011, against 2,500 in the same interval of 2010.” The list of measures mentioned by Gueant includes installing “a Romanian magistrate in Paris over the coming weeks, who will organise the repatriation of minor delinquents to their home country.”

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