The Jewish Community of Rome will not be present at the laying of the first stone of the Museum of the Shoah, announced by the Mayor Virginia Raggi in a post on social. «The concomitance with the electoral campaign makes a ceremony inappropriate for a project that should have been inaugurated years agoThe Jewish community of Rome told ANSA. “Memory is an essential value that must unite the city of Rome and not lend itself to electoral protagonism. For this reason the Community will not participate in the event, as in any other public event of an electoral nature».
The outgoing mayor, in fact, in the morning had written on her facebook profile: “Rome will have a Museum of the Shoah – wrote Raggi in the post -. Next week we will lay the first stone and work will begin on Villa Torlonia. This is good news for our city. I would like this issue to be kept out of the election campaign mud. Memory is an important thing. It takes respect ».
Last updated: Thursday 9 September 2021, 17:28
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