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Green pass: workers sit-in, Ancona port access closed

2021-10-15T09:09:59.877Z

A demonstration by the workers of the construction sites with the Green pass and a truck stopped have effectively blocked the northern access to the port area of ​​Ancona: in sit-in about 200 workers from different companies and there is also the heavy vehicle stopped on the carriageway at the 'a ... (ANSA)



(ANSA) - ANCONA, OCTOBER 15 - A demonstration by the workers of the construction sites with the Green pass and a stationary truck have in fact blocked the northern access to the port area of ​​Ancona: around 200 workers from different companies and there is also the heavy vehicle stationary on the roadway at the Crn. For this reason the city police have closed access to the 'by pass' that leads from the State to the port area: long lines of cars have formed along the Flaminia and of cars and heavy vehicles along the rampaby pass. Among the participants in the peaceful sit-in (no incidents) there are also some hauliers, students, exponents of social centers and other movements: the court will reach Piazza del Plebiscito, in front of the Prefecture for the demonstration on the occasion of theentry into force of the mandatory Greenpass to go to work. During the sit-in in the port area of ​​via Mattei, the local police diverted the traffic, closed in access to the 'by pass', towards the Flaminia towards the center of Ancona with a consequent increase in traffic and inconvenience for motorists and heavy vehicles that had to reach the area of the port. "Trieste calls, Ancona responds" is the wording that appears on one of the banners hung by the protesters no Green Pass on the fence that separates the SS16 from the railway line, at the point where the block was formed. Other banners reiterate the "No to the Green pass" call "Article 1 of the Constitution". (HANDLE).by pass', towards the Flaminia towards the center of Ancona with a consequent increase in traffic and inconvenience for motorists and heavy vehicles that had to reach the port area. "Trieste calls, Ancona responds" is the wording that appears on one of the banners hung by the protesters no Green Pass on the fence that separates the SS16 from the railway line, at the point where the block was formed. Other banners reiterate the "No to the Green pass" call "Article 1 of the Constitution". (HANDLE).by pass', towards the Flaminia towards the center of Ancona with a consequent increase in traffic and inconvenience for motorists and heavy vehicles that had to reach the port area. "Trieste calls, Ancona responds" is the wording that appears on one of the banners hung by the protesters no Green Pass on the fence that separates the SS16 from the railway line, at the point where the block was formed. Other banners reiterate the "No to the Green pass" call "Article 1 of the Constitution". (HANDLE).is the writing that appears on one of the banners hung by the no Green Pass demonstrators on the fence that separates the SS16 from the railway line, at the point where the block was formed. Other banners reiterate the "No to the Green pass" call "Article 1 of the Constitution". (HANDLE).is the writing that appears on one of the banners hung by the no Green Pass demonstrators on the fence that separates the SS16 from the railway line, at the point where the block was formed. Other banners reiterate the "No to the Green pass" call "Article 1 of the Constitution". (HANDLE).


Source: ansa

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