Residents of Italy was allowed to kill the robbers
• Residents of Italy was allowed to kill the robbers
In Italy, the Senate passed a law according to which the citizens of this country can kill the robbers, penetrated to their private property, without the fear of responsibility for it before the court. The Italians, of course, those that do not earn their living by robbery, were delighted with the new law. Prior to that, the country is often judged inhospitable hosts who killed intruders at home or in the yard.
In order to protect the life, honor and property, the Italians are now able to use a firearm. During the voting in the highest legislative body of the country's 201 senators voted "for", 38 "against" and 6 abstained.
The document says that the law is designed, primarily, to facilitate the justification of citizens to use firearms against intruders breaking into their house. Earlier, the Italians, killed the robbers got into a serious binding and sometimes even found themselves behind bars.
Even before the adoption of the Law on the Protection of the house, Deputy Prime Minister and head of the Ministry of Interior Matteo Salvini (Matteo Salvini), appealed to Italians to reassure those who think that after the adoption of the new instrument Italy will turn into the Wild West. He said that the good citizens of innovation nothing terrible is not threatened, and vice versa will help to protect their rights. In addition, another part of legislation provided for increasing jail term committed armed robbery or burglary. Lobbyist important law made the party "Northern League", which is headed by Interior Minister of Italy Matteo Salvini. The minister commented briefly - "This is a landmark event for all Italians."
A little fly in the ointment added that Salvini did not approve of the idea to simplify the sale of firearms to the inhabitants of the Apennines. He noted that his plans do not include an increase in the number of armed people in the country. Politicians from other parties to support him in maintaining restrictions on the sale of weapons.
So that Italians can now freely to shoot the robbers in their homes and apartments, if, of course, there are plenty.