Roman salute at the Greater Cemetery in Milan: acquitted for the context

Roman salute at the Greater Cemetery in Milan: acquitted for the context
Roman salute at the Greater Cemetery in Milan: acquitted for the context

Piero Basilone is a magistrate who has a long experience in trials on the Scelba law and the Mancino law. Why are Roman greetings and calls to the present a crime?

“They can constitute a crime. Both the Roman salute or fascist salute, and the so-called appeals or call of the ‘present’ are undoubtedly external manifestations proper or usual of the dissolved fascist party.

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