Yesterday the announced close of the Ministry of the Interior on the no pass marches that for weeks on Saturday have caused inconvenience in the cities without forgetting some episodes of violence. Today the first responses and agreements between law enforcement and demonstrators arrive, but also protests. The Gorizia Committee for Public Order and Safety has established that the “No Green pass” procession will take place on Saturday 13 November it will start at the train station and will finish 200 meters later, at the Parco della Rimembranza “In that venue – explained the mayor Rodolfo Ziberna – if the organizers deem it, a ‘static’ event can take place, respecting distancing and with the obligation of masks. All this without entering the center, without occupying spaces intended for bars, restaurants and other public establishments. The right to demonstrate is thus ensured, but above all the right to health for all “.
In Turin the situation may not be so linear. “We firmly reject the illegitimate restrictions imposed by the Interior Ministry on No Green pass marches in Italy. Turin will not bow to a government committed to trample article 21 of the Italian Constitution day and night ”, writes Marco Liccione, leader of the ‘Variante Torinese’ who every Saturday in the Piedmontese capital leads the protest against the green certificate. “Palazzo Chigi must open up to dialogue and stop using repressive methods“, He adds announcing that on Saturday the demonstration“ will take place regularly in Piazza Castello, with our peaceful procession ”.
There are currently three events scheduled for Saturday afternoon in Rome. At 2.30 pm a Circus Maximus a protest against the Green pass, forewarned by a representative of the coordination of Italian squares which are expected to 1,500 people. While a piazza Santi Aspostoli there will be a sit-in on privacy and common goods. Also in the afternoon a procession was forewarned at the police station from piazza Esquilino to piazza Madonna di Loreto organized by Erasmus student nerwork italia, which is expected to attract around 800 people
“I’m worried, however it will be a bit of a Saturday of truth and let’s see if the rules are enforced, as I hope – said the mayor of Milan, Giuseppe Sala -. Tomorrow there is the meeting in the prefecture, let’s see what the prefect will decide. I hope it would be a good solution for everyone ”to hold a permanent demonstration and not a procession,“ with a view to approaching Christmas, but the concern obviously remains ”.
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