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Green Pass: a thousand in the square in Turin, ‘they kill us’

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Demonstration a few hours after new rules come into force

(ANSA) – TURIN, 05 AUG – “No to the Green Pass, so they kill us definitively”: The Turinese say so, about a thousand who demonstrate this evening in the central Piazza Castello, a few hours after the entry into force of the new rules that provide for those who want to enter the premises or participate in sporting and cultural events the green pass.

There are many acronyms including VAT numbers and the Italian Fairs Association.

“We want to inform people and lead them towards an objective choice, to give them the means to be able to choose freely”, explains Giampiero Alaimo, vice president of Apgo, the provincial association of fruit and vegetable wholesalers. “With this green pass they have canceled fairs again: for us it means that six thousand families are without work and without food”, adds Serena Tagliaferri, president of the Italian Trade Fair Association.

Among the demonstrators there is also the M5s city councilor Monica Amore. “I am here in memory of Dr. De Donno”, explains the pentastellata councilor.

Among those present also Forza Nuova militants today at the center of a controversy in which it was argued that those who were not vaccinated were out of their movement. “It is not true at all – explains Luigi Cortese, regional secretary of Forza Nuova – The vaccine can also be done for personal and family reasons and we cannot say anything about that”.

“The government’s Apartheid begins tomorrow,” said Ivano Verri, candidate for mayor of Italexit. Also present were the anarchists of the occupied Prinz Eugen, who say “no to the human upheaval produced by science”. (HANDLE).

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