The clashes and violence of the No Green pass of 9 October in Rome provoked the reaction of the government and from now on things will change. The premier Mario Draghi – writes the Corriere della Sera – met with the Minister of the Interior Luciana Lamorgese and the undersecretary Franco Gabrielli and together they decided for a close on the demonstrations.
There will be more security checks before giving the green light to the marches. The authorizations for static events can only be issued with real guarantees of compliance with the rules by the organizers and after a rigorous risk assessment. Without prejudice to the right of all to express dissent, the rules must prevent the situation from deteriorating, thus demonstrating that “the State exists and intervenes – this is the position of Palazzo Chigi – to counter the violent, to crush extremism and the initiatives of those who aim to create tension and instability ”.
During the demonstration last Saturday the national headquarters of the CGIL were attacked and vandalized, the initial purpose was to break into Palazzo Chigi. The balance of the day was 12 people arrested including the founder of Forza Nuova Roberto Fiore and the Roman leader of the party Giuliano Castellino; 38 officers injured.
The Minister of Labor Andrea Orlando pointed the finger at “the more traditionally fascist avant-garde” who “is probably totally indifferent to the issues of the green pass, but proves, as he has proven over the years with pitchforks, with the revolts against the Roma camps and migrant camps, to ride this situation. That is, try to use this movement to hurl it against democratic institutions ”. Then the minister added: “I do not exclude that today there are the conditions for doing what has not been done in the past, that is dissolve those formations“.