Rome risks becoming "an urban jungle", according to Msgr.
Benoni Ambarus, auxiliary bishop of the city, speaking of the urban decay that would require from the institutions
"a step of dignity to make choices that know of the future, not of elections"
. The bishop also asks citizens not to fall into "human decay." ", Ma admits:" the Romans really do a daily survival course! ".
Speaking of the political management of the capital, Ambarus told Vatican News: "With the vetoes crossed, it seems to me that we are falling into provincialism" and "this is not tolerable for politics".