Andrea Romano, a member of the Italian Parliament, has been trying to bury his son’s ashes for two months, but The municipal association that manages the Roman Cemetery has not given you a dateMembers of Congress condemned the “unworthy situation” of “there are hundreds of families.”
“This is a tear. For the Italian capital, this is an unworthy situation”, The Progressive Democratic Party (PD) representative Romano said that he decided to announce the death of his son, who died of a certain illness in February last year, “because this is the same thing in the lives of hundreds of families.” , The reason is the Roman Chamber of Commerce (AMA).
Romano posted a tweet to the mayor of Rome, Virginia Raggi, on Thursday, which went viral: “From today, my son Darío is no longer with his mother, his brother, and me for two months. We have not been able to bury him in two months. AMA did not give a civilized city worthy funeral time. Actually, there is no time. Your shame will never be serious enough. “
“For two months, we have been waiting to say goodbye to our son, But we can’t even enter the Prima Puerta Cemetery, which is full of ashes. The madness of all this is that we already have a grave to bury him. But this is not enough, because the AMA can’t even dig the grave. “Today, Romano explained this in various Italian media.
Agent guarantee Your family is just one of many families that must be experienced in this show.
A week ago, the workers of the ritual industry protested in the Italian capital the delays accumulated due to Roman funerals and promised Due to the complexity of bureaucracy, about 2,000 families are in this situation.
“Rome is the only city in Italy that requires a power of attorney to be submitted to the city council, It will recheck and then issue another license, which will be returned to the AMA to return to anyone who requested approval.
at this time, “According to the authorities, about 2,000 bodies were found in the municipal warehouses of Flaminio and Verano”But according to Cacciooli, this is only the “tip of the iceberg”, because 200 to 300 corpses to be cremated every week have to wait a long time.