“President Draghi called the images of lifeless little bodies on the beach of Zwara in Libya” unacceptable. That’s exactly how it is, unacceptable. But then the President should define the system that causes these continuous deaths as unacceptable. ” To tell the Adnkronos is Luca Casarini, head of mission of Mediterranea. “That ‘Italy-Libya pact’ that forces thousands of children to live in concentration camps where they are exposed to the most brutal suffering – adds Casarini – It is unacceptable that the rescue at sea has been suspended in favor of a” police ” border “- because this is what Libyan militias do disguised as” coast guards “- which have captured and deported thousands of people back to those camps since the beginning of the year”. “It is unacceptable that for mere political and electoral calculations, these children died like this, with their parents, trying to escape from those prisons – explains Luca Casarini – And while this happens, and happens every day, some jackal who is part of the government of President Draghi, has the courage to define “tourists at our expense” the women, men and children who manage to save themselves and ask for hospitality on our shores “. “This too is unacceptable. Talking about ‘border defense’ while children drown is unacceptable. This system also fuels human trafficking, because there are no legal and safe ways to escape from Libyan hell”, continues Casarini. And then he continues: “It is unacceptable that people continue to say that” the less they leave, the less they die “: those who remain in Libya are reduced to a state of slavery, subjected to torture and rape, killed without anyone knowing”. “And finally, it is unacceptable that the war and criminalization continue with piloted and bogus investigations against civilian rescue at sea – explains Casarini – as long as the States continue with the policies of death, we will continue to go to sea to help our brothers and sisters “.