“The order was clear, that’s why he didn’t intervene in Rome” – Libero Quotidiano

“The order was clear, that’s why he didn’t intervene in Rome” – Libero Quotidiano
“The order was clear, that’s why he didn’t intervene in Rome” – Libero Quotidiano

A flash of Dagospia adds new details on the violence that occurred in Rome on the sidelines of the demonstration no-green pass, between the assault on the CGIL and the emergency room of the Umberto I polyclinic. The day after the clashes and 12 arrests – which took place during the night, also involved Roberto Fiore and Giuliano Castellino, respectively national and Roman leaders of Forza Nuova – they wonder why the Viminale left so much space for the Roman procession that it managed to attack the CGIL and the police armored vehicles.

The order was not to be ‘interventionists’ – reads the flash published by Roberto D’Agostino’s website – so that the bundles of Forza Nuova would come out who had taken control of the march, crouched among the 5 thousand demonstrators. Castellino and Fiore were arrested thus highlighting the subversive nature of the event “. While Enrico Letta announces that he will take to the streets together with the Democratic Party to ask for the dissolution of the fascist movements, Forza Nuova instead raises the level of the clash.

“From tomorrow, October 15, and until the green pass is definitively withdrawn – reads a press release issued by Fn – the popular revolution will not stop its path, with or without us”. Commenting on the arrests that involved him, the far-right movement added that “yesterday’s Roman day is a watershed between old and new”.

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