Assault on the Capital, while Draghi meets Landini at the CGIL, there are two investigation files launched by Search Roman in relation to clashes which took place on Saturday in the heart of Rome. The prosecutors have divided the investigation into two “levels”: the first concerns the six arrested, believed to be promoters of the revolt, with the raid on the headquarters of the CGIL, including Roberto Fiore, Giuliano Castellino di Forza Nuova, the former Nar Luigi Aronica, the activist Pamela Testa and the leader of the IoApro movement, Biagio Passaro. For them, the magistrates contest, at the moment, the crimes of incitement to commit a crime, devastation and plunder. The prosecutors in requesting the validation of the arrest will evaluate further aggravating circumstances.
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The investigations are entrusted to the group of magistrates dealing with crimes against the personality of the state, coordinated by the prosecutor Michele Prestipino. The second file, on the other hand, concerns the other six arrested, for whom validation has already been requested, against whom the offenses of resistance, injuries to a public official and aggravated injuries are contested according to their positions.
Draghi at CGIL – Meanwhile, Prime Minister Mario Draghi has just arrived at the national headquarters of the CGIL, which ended last Saturday in the crosshairs of the violent. Waiting for him was the union secretary, Maurizio Landini, who welcomed the prime minister outside the entrance to the Palazzo in Corso d’Italia, in the heart of Rome. Between the two a warm greeting and a pat on the back, before giving himself to the photographs of the photographers. «I thanked Draghi for the visit which has a very important significance for what has happened. The president wanted to point out the closeness of the entire government and institutions to avoid a past that we do not want to return: a fact that is not taken for granted but is particularly important and significant ”, said the secretary of the CGIL, Maurizio Landini.