House occupied in Rome, the outburst of the elderly: “Not even a phone call from the mayor”. Then comes the call from Gualtieri

House occupied in Rome, the outburst of the elderly: “Not even a phone call from the mayor”. Then comes the call from Gualtieri
House occupied in Rome, the outburst of the elderly: “Not even a phone call from the mayor”. Then comes the call from Gualtieri

An illegally occupied house, an elderly heart patient who at 86 suddenly, and for 23 days, finds himself without a bed to sleep on and, all around, a solidarity that does not come as it should. “I have not received even a phone call from the mayor of Rome, no sign of closeness from the institutions, and I am not referring to the financial aid that I would certainly need to get my house back on track”.

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