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Panzironi founds party, the collection of signatures starts

2022-08-05T19:18:38.029Z

Launch 'For Health Revolution'. A guillotine in the symbol (ANSA)



The controversial journalist Adriano Panzironi, author of a diet promoted on TV, also composed of supplements sold by his own company, and which promises to make people live up to 120 years as well as to cure various diseases.

he goes into politics and founds a party.

It is called "Per Sanitaria Revolution" and was set up today, in the Roman office of the notary Enzo Becchetti.

"We must be promoters of a revolution that literally decapitates the current health management, to replace it with people who are finally capable and conscientious" said, in a statement, Panzironi, who awaits "his first test in the elections on 25 September".

Meanwhile, as he himself announces, he has already taken steps to collect signatures in support of the candidate lists, which will start on 10 August.


    The symbol of Panzironi's party is destined to cause discussion: a tricolor circle, surmounted by the name of the leader and with, in the center, a guillotine, the sharp blade ready to strike down on the "condemned".

And, on the lower part of the circle, the claim "Per Sanitaria Revolution".

The guillotine according to Adriano Panzironi "wants to highlight that there can be no revolution and therefore real change with half measures, compromises and warm panels: as happened with the French one in 1789," For the Sanitary Revolution "will cause many" heads "to fall, to allow the democratic growth of public institutions in Italy through the application of what, so far and because of the political class, has remained a dead letter, namely the


Source: ansa

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