Another Saturday of protests against the Green Pass, the ambassadors expelled from Turkey and the other news of the day

The story of the day of Saturday 23 October 2021 with the main news of the radio news at 19.30. In Milan, the Saturday protest against the Green Pass brought thousands of people to the streets again. At least 10,000 according to a first estimate, for the fourteenth Milanese demonstration against the Green Pass. Today the CGIL published a study which essentially says that the government’s proposal to overcome the Fornero law is useless. Cases of COVID-19 among healthcare workers are growing: this week they were 371 compared to 306 the previous week. This was revealed by the surveillance report published by the Istituto Superiore di Sanità. The Turkish president, Erdogan, has announced the expulsion from the country of 10 Western ambassadors. Finally, the trend of the COVID-19 pandemic in Italy.

Another Saturday of Green Pass protests

In Milan, the Saturday protest against the Green Pass brought thousands of people to the streets again. At least 10,000 according to a first estimate. This is the fourteenth Milanese demonstration against the Green Pass, an appointment that is also attracting people from outside Milan …


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The demonstration was opened by a banner held up by some activists from the antagonist area with the inscription: “Workers against Green Pass and vaccination obligation: now and always resistance”. According to Ansa, ten militants from the Varese neo-Nazi group Do.Ra are also in the middle of the procession.

There were also No Green Pass demonstrations in Turin, 5 thousand people, Florence, Genoa, Aosta. In Rome there was a garrison near the Circus Maximus with a box where the actor Enrico Montesano, the former 5-star Sara Cunial and other characters spoke.
In Trieste this morning there was a meeting between a delegation from the 15 October Coordination, the newborn No Pass movement headed by the port Stefano Puzzer, and the Minister of Agriculture – who is originally from Trieste – Stefano Patuanelli.
After the Monday evacuation of the garrison in front of the port of Trieste, the movement fragmented into many small streams. The correspondent, Luca Parena:

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The government’s proposal to overcome the Fornero law is useless: the study of the CGIL

Today the CGIL published a study which essentially says that the government’s proposal to overcome the Fornero law is useless. In essence, retiring with a share of 102 with at least 64 years of age and 104 in 2023 with at least 66 years would lead to just over 10 thousand retirement outings. So in fact a return to Fornero. Unions that have been asking the Government for a meeting on the issue for months without receiving an answer for the moment. Despite the presence of in the executive of the Democratic Party, and five stars, who for the moment have accepted without opening their mouth the Draghi proposal on pensions.
Roberto Ghiselli, CGIL Confederal Secretary:

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A reform of the pension system with the overcoming of the Fornero law is also necessary, according to the data on accidents at work, which in recent years have seen an increase above all in the over 60 group. Today there are two more victims.
In Soliera, in the province of Modena, a 70-year-old worker lost his life when he fell from the roof of a workshop from a height of 8 meters. According to what is learned, the victim worked for an external company that deals with the maintenance of the roofs.
The second victim in the Ragusa area, in Comiso, a 66-year-old worker Francesco Occhipinti, died falling from a scaffolding from the second floor of a building in which he was carrying out renovations.

Cases of COVID among healthcare workers are back on the rise

Cases of COVID-19 among healthcare workers are growing: this week they were 371 compared to 306 the previous week. This was revealed by the surveillance report published by the Istituto Superiore di Sanità. In the last month, 1,444 COVID positives among healthcare workers.
The report highlights how “starting from mid-August” while cases in the general population were decreasing, among health professionals they began to increase.
The trend of positives among health workers is an interesting fact to monitor because health workers were the first, in January and February 2021, to be vaccinated and in recent days the administration of the third dose has begun.
“It is a figure to be evaluated carefully but not worry. Correct to assume the third dose nine months after the second “Carlo Perno, director of Microbiology at the Bambino Gesù pediatric hospital in Rome, tells our microphones:

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10 Western ambassadors expelled from Turkey

The Turkish president, Erdogan, announced the expulsion from the country of 10 Western ambassadors. The reason: having signed an appeal for the release of the anti-Erdogan philanthropist Osman Kavala, who has been detained for over 4 years. The diplomats involved are representatives of the United States, France, Germany, Canada, Finland, Denmark, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway and Sweden. “I have ordered our foreign minister to declare these 10 ambassadors as persona non grata as soon as possible,” said Erdogan. Kavala – founder of the organization Anadolu Kultur, which has always been involved in the promotion of art, culture and the fight against the violation of human rights – has been in prison since 2017, accused of financing protests and participating in the attempted coup in 2016.

Twitter likes the right

(by Simonetta Poltronieri)

The algorithm goes to the right. This was announced by Twitter, admitting that on its social platform the contents of right-wing politicians or media outlets are amplified more than the contents of left-wing sources. The social network led by Jack Dorsey has published on its website the results of an internal search on its basic computer system – between machine learning and algorithms. The aim of the research was to understand how these mechanisms really impacted on the online conversation, and therefore also on the offline one. [CONTINUA A LEGGERE SUL SITO]

The trend of the COVID-19 epidemic in Italy

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