Trieste. “Freedom and a sense of responsibility. No violence”. Stefano Puzzer and the dockers are back as protagonists of the No Pass protest and return to Piazza Unità d’Italia after this morning’s meeting with the Minister of Agriculture Stefano Patuanelli. Withdrawal of the obligation of the Green Pass to access jobs and of the vaccination obligation already provided for some categories of workers, but also “the formal apologies of the government to the city of Trieste and to all the demonstrators for the events of October 18” when the block in front of the port was cleared with the use of fire hydrants, and the commitment to stop using any form of violence against peaceful demonstrators. Because the No Green Pass demonstrations will continue peacefully. These are the requests that Puzzer addressed to the minister as he reported to the Coordination meeting on the Audace pier.
“A cordial meeting, in which Stefano Puzzer, as spokesman for the 15 October Coordination, made three specific requests. As a representative of the Government I made the commitment to report on the meeting in the Council of Ministers “, he explained Stefano Patuanelli, Minister of Agricultural Policies, immediately after the meeting organized in Trieste.
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“We all agreed – added the minister – on the importance of keeping any type of demonstration away from any type of violence”. Two proposals were made to Patuanelli: withdrawal of the Green Pass at work and the compulsory vaccination for the categories provided for by law.
This morning, Piazza Unità d’Italia has once again filled up. At least a thousand people present controlled by an impressive array of law enforcement agencies. The yellow vests of the dockers who also arrived from Genoa are back. Much nervousness and insults towards the dozens of journalists present.
But in the meantime, the Undersecretary of Health Andrea Costa, interviewed by Rainews24 he explained that the request of the Coordination to abolish the Green Pass “obviously is a request on which the government I do not think has room to take it into consideration, as well as to remove the vaccination obligation as envisaged for some categories”. Then adding: “I think it is clear that on our part there is the will to continue on this path, also because the data, fortunately, in our country show us how the path traced up to now has brought good results”.