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No pass they return to the square. G20 Rome, Eur will be red zone


Two demonstrations in the capital. In 2 thousand for the safety of the summit (ANSA)

 The demonstrations against the green pass are back on the last Saturday before the summit of the heads of state and government of the G20 scheduled for 30 and 31 October in Rome;

an armored summit that will see thousands of police and army men on the field and the entire area where the meetings will be held transformed into a red zone, to guarantee a maximum security bubble.

    The capital, after the tensions in the streets and the assault on the CGIL two weeks ago, will once again be at the center of the protests in the next few hours. Two authorized demonstrations, both in the Circus Maximus area: one organized by the 'Free Citizens' movement, the same movement of which Pamela Testa belongs, arrested after the clashes on 9 October; the other with the participation, among others, of the actor Enrico Montesano and the ex grillina Sara Cunial.

   Two appointments, repeated by the Police Headquarters, about which there does not seem to be any particular fears and in which a thousand people should participate. However, given what happened two weeks ago, with a clear underestimation of the numbers in the square and a prevention device that did not work, the presence of the police will still be massive. As it was in Trieste despite the cancellation of the parade by the organizers for fear that it could be exploited by those who aimed to transform the square into a battleground. In the Friulian capital, which has become the center of protests against the certificate, the garrison in Piazza Unità d'Italia also dissolved. "We are sorry that the spark we helped create is under heavy suffocation",says the Coordinamento no green pass, one of the bodies that together with the Coordination 15 October and the 3V movement are competing for the leadership of the no pass square, announcing, however, that it does not end there: "the fight will still be tough".

Source: ansa

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