After Virginia Raggi, now it’s up to Roberto Gualtieri. And the wild boars of Rome go directly to school – Il Tempo

After Virginia Raggi, now it’s up to Roberto Gualtieri. And the wild boars of Rome go directly to school – Il Tempo
After Virginia Raggi, now it’s up to Roberto Gualtieri. And the wild boars of Rome go directly to school – Il Tempo

Now in the schools of Rome there will also be an appeal for the wild boars present in the classroom. The era of Roberto Gualtieri – if possible – aggravates that of Virginia Raggi, the mayor who was targeted for the constant presence of animals in the city. What happened at the IC Pablo Neruda in via Ascrea in Rome, in the Ipogeo degli Ottavi area, in the fourteenth town hall of the capital, gives an undeniable sign of novelty. According to what has been learned, at 4.30 pm, when we were preparing to go out at the sound of the bell, students, teachers, staff, practically all, found themselves in front of some wild boars, entered the garden. In practice, they took advantage of the broken fence, the one that separates the nature reserve and the school.

Obviously, among the astonished observers of the boar walk in the school’s avenues, there were also the parents of the pupils who had gone as every day to pick up their children, without imagining the surprise. The protest broke out on the Facebook page Ottavia Lucchina news. The most popular message: “It is urgent to put in place the broken net of separation between the nature reserve and the area inhabited and frequented by children and parishioners. We appeal to all the representatives of the XIV Town Hall and the municipal police who follow this group, to activate the institutional channels ”. But the bewilderment remains for what happened and seen with one’s own eyes.

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