Several protesters clashed in front of the House of Representatives in Rome today during a protest in Rome, protesting against the suspension of economic activities due to the pandemic and order. Overcome protection barriers, Also occurred in protests in other Italian towns such as Milan or Turin.
The parade in the Roman Forum begins at Hundreds of protesters, Are members of various activities that are still closed, such as restaurants, stadiums or street vendors, chanting chants and slogans to end the event.
When the protesters (many of whom participated in the protests) were full of tension, They are not wearing masks or keeping a safe distanceThey tried to pass the police reserve, which delineated the area of the entrance to the lower house of the Italian parliament and threw some objects, such as wine bottles.
Riot police with Chimney According to local media reports, they managed to contain the protesters, some of them were arrested and a policeman was injured.
After the tense moment, the situation calmed down again, and the protesters continued to protest, shouting such as “B son, b son” and “freedom, freedom”, With some signs marked “Italexit”.
A protester wore a hat with horns, reminiscent of Jake Angeli, one of the congressional robbers Last January, a member of Qanon, a conspiracy theory movement in Washington.
There was also a moment of tension during the protests of the merchants in Milan (northern). The protesters there wanted to march from the central station to the county headquarters, but stopped before they passed the central government headquarters in Lombardy. They blocked the traffic.
Protesters, including workers in the tourism industry, made demands in their slogans. “Work”, “Resume immediately” and “Reopen”.
In Turin (north), the biggest protest is scheduled to take place tomorrow (Wednesday), when protesters are scheduled to march to the courts to demand justice for those who continue to close their businesses with slogans. “We want to open up our market”, But today several groups have taken to the streets.
There were also hundreds of street merchants protesting in Bari (south) to open the market and meeting with their vans in the market area of the city.