Concern, from the police unions and beyond, for the No Green Pass protests in Trieste in the coming days: a procession on Friday, at 2 pm from largo Riborgo, and an event on Saturday in Piazza Unità on the day of the meeting between Minister Patuanelli and the Committee 15 October. 20 thousand people are expected in the city according to estimates by the Prefecture while, according to the Dire agency, the police have been informed of the risk that Black Bloc infiltrators arrive from outside Trieste to unleash urban warfare in the Port area.
Enrico Moscato, provincial secretary of Trieste for Coisp, hopes that “the Minister of the Interior will make the right decisions on how many people to send and give very clear instructions on what needs to be done” because “we cannot continue to have thousands of people like this around. for the city”.
According to the Coisp Police National Secretariat, there are problems related to the introduction of the green pass “unfortunately, some of us did not get the vaccine, which was the easiest way, and this has created holes in the offices”.
The Trieste Police is tested by five days of mobilization, explains Moscato. “On the highlight of the demonstration, there were people who spent 13-14 hours in the middle of the street, everyone, agents, officials, service managers”. And he concludes: “This weekend, reinforcements will surely arrive from the mobile departments of Padua and Bologna, but the numbers are unknown because we are still trying to estimate how many protesters will be”