“Freedom”, “No Green pass“. Proclaiming these slogans about 300 demonstrators marched in Naples from Piazza Vittoria to Palazzo Santa Lucia, seat of the Campania Region. The procession was opened by a coffin with a copy of the Constitution. At the end of the procession, the torches. Leaflets from the Fisi (federation of inter-category trade unions) were distributed among the demonstrators, which proclaimed a 5-day general strike, starting on Friday 15 October. Along the way, passages of the Constitution were scanned, “killed” according to the demonstrators. Slogans and some insults, in via Partenope, to the customers of the restaurants on the seafront (“eat, but there is a dictatorship, you will notice it”). In front of the headquarters of the Region, the “No green pass” tried to involve policemen and journalists. “Do you see how dangerous we are? We also fight for you ”.
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