Lazio-Inter and street demonstrations: high tension afternoon in Rome

Lazio-Inter and street demonstrations: high tension afternoon in Rome
Lazio-Inter and street demonstrations: high tension afternoon in Rome

40 thousand people are expected at the Olimpico, while another 50 thousand are expected in Piazza San Giovanni. Special choreography of the curve for Simone Inzaghi

The anti-fascist demonstration of the trade unions in Piazza San Giovanni and Lazio-Inter at the Olimpico. And the possibility, moreover, of new no-pass initiatives. It is an afternoon of high tension for the city of Rome, also because the polling stations are also open in these hours in view of the ballot for the election of the new mayor tomorrow and Monday. Many agents committed to preventing any accidents, about 5 thousand let the police know. The bulk was deployed near Piazza San Giovanni, where the demonstration called by the unions has already begun after last week’s assault on the CGIL headquarters. About 50 thousand people are flocking to San Giovanni. On the other hand, 40 thousand spectators are expected at the Olimpico for Lazio-Inter. The usual order service has been set up around the stadium, even if the historic twinning between the supporters of the two teams makes the match one of those at low risk. The access roads to the Olimpico and also those of the center will be carefully monitored because there could be spontaneous manifestations of no-passes. The risk of contact between any demonstrators and fans who go to the stadium must be avoided. At least for the moment, however, there are no critical issues of this kind.

All for Inzaghi

At the stadium, on the other hand, it will be a big party for Simone Inzaghi’s return. The Lazio curve will dedicate a special choreography to him and invite him to go close to the stands to greet his former fans. The rest of the stadium should also join the hottest part of the fans to pay homage to the former coach. Who remained in the Biancoceleste for a total of 22 years, first as a player, then as a youth coach and finally, in the last five years, as the first team coach. Before the match there will also be space for a solidarity initiative that will see Sister Paola’s So.Spe as protagonist. On the occasion of the World Food Day, the public will be made aware of the issue.

October 16 – 4:19 pm



LazioInter street demonstrations high tension afternoon Rome

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