(ANSA) - ROME, OCTOBER 22 - "We were the first party to go down the square to give voice to the" silence of the innocents ", that is to those thousands of people who risked falling below the poverty line because they had seen their activities closed by the government for the Covid emergency. We asked for support for those companies, support for the Italian economy but after six months we are forced to go down with the same signs to denounce the desperation of millions of Italians who have not had any answers because the government in the last few months has, from our point of view, squandered over 100 billion euros in useless responses and rainy measures, bonuses that made no sense and did nothing serious to stop the second wave that was known to come ". This was stated by Giorgia Meloni, leader of the Brothers of Italy who with the deputies of her party gave life to a flash mob in front of Montecitorio. Each of them held a sign with the inscription of a category: lawyers, merchants, accountants, gyms, honorary magistrates, bad and breakfasts, just to name a few. (HANDLE).
Covid: Fdi flash mob; Melons, let's give voice to "innocent silence"
"We were the first party to take to the streets to give voice to the" silence of the innocents ", that is, to those thousands of people who risked falling below the poverty line because they had seen their government activities closed due to the Covid emergency. (ANSA )