Rome, clashes and police charges at the No Green pass march. Urban guerrilla scenes until late hours: 4 arrested

Rome, clashes and police charges at the No Green pass march. Urban guerrilla scenes until late hours: 4 arrested
Rome, clashes and police charges at the No Green pass march. Urban guerrilla scenes until late hours: 4 arrested

On 9 October a Roma the procession of the No Green pass in Piazza del Popolo, a protest, at first peaceful, which has turned into hours of scuffles and clashes with the police. The demonstrators poured into the streets of the center, where the police carried out charges to disperse them, using fire hydrants and tear gas. At the moment there are four people arrested and among these appears the leader of Forza Nuova Giuliano Castellino, who was under special surveillance and violated numerous regulations, was arrested. Long Via del Corso there are still parts of scaffolding, scooters, cobblestones and bottle shards. The whole area of ​​the historic center and in particular the institutional buildings are manned by the police, with several armored vehicles.

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