Green pass, close to the Viminale processions. For the G20 deployed the army
The imminent entry into force of the green pass obligation for all workers and the G20 summit to be held in Rome at the end of October worry the Ministry of the Interior, which has asked for a squeeze on the demonstrations. During the meeting of the National Order and Security Committee, held yesterday at the Interior Ministry after the transversal criticisms for the bankruptcy management of public order on the occasion of the protests against the green pass last Saturday, the ministry led by Luciana Lamorgese gave an indication to intervene immediately in the case of unauthorized parades. According to what reported by La Repubblica, in the coming days the demonstrations will have to be static and more distant from the center, as in the case of the one announced next Saturday together with Piazza San Giovanni by the CGIL, in response to the assault on its national headquarters by neo-fascists and no green pass on October 9th. In particular, intelligence is assessing the risk of blockages of ports, factories, trucking or shopping malls. For the G20 summit scheduled in two weeks in the capital, the services will also have to preventively contain the movements of anti-globalization or anti-vaccine movements arriving from abroad.
In a note issued after the meeting, which was attended by the top intelligence and police forces, the Interior Ministry stressed the need that in the next period that “The police forces intensify prevention activities” by strengthening observation and surveillance of the territory and sensitive objectives. In addition, the ministry stated that the controls of websites and social networks will be increased, “also to guarantee everyone the freedom to demonstrate peacefully and in compliance with the rules”.
In addition, the ministry announced that in view of the G20 summit to be held on 30 and 31 October in Rome, the contingent of the “Safe Roads” operation, which provides for the use of members of the armed forces to combat the crime. According to La Repubblica, the Eur district and all the places affected by the works will be protected by a large red zone, to which 500 soldiers will also be assigned. The surveillance and defense of the city’s airspace will also be increased through, for example, the army’s antidrone system.
In recent days Lamorgese has been severely attacked by center-right leaders Matteo Salvini and Giorgia Meloni, who have asked for his resignation. According to the president of Fratelli d’Italia Lamorgese, “he is an absolutely inadequate minister”.