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Green pass: third day protests at Varco 4 in Trieste

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Small crowd despite the turnaround, thanks to a beautiful day

(ANSA) – TRIESTE, OCTOBER 17 – For Trieste it is not only the Sunday of the ballot: at Gate 4 of Pier VII the protest of the dockers continues, which began on October 15, with a coming and going of people who have never stopped, and which increases with the passing of the hours, favored by the beautiful day.

After the second night of garrison – calmer than the “rave party” the day before – there are currently several hundred people who continue to participate in the event, some arriving by bus from outside the region. This despite the chaos generated last night by a first press release from the Trieste Port Workers’ Coordination announcing the suspension of the blockade.

The announcement, released around 7 pm, immediately raised a fuss with the no green passes as protagonists, angry and disappointed for a protest that on the contrary should have continued at least until 20 October. Stefano Puzzer, the leader of the CLPT, was immediately targeted, also present at the Varco this morning.

Last night as a hero he risked becoming a traitor after the announcement and then later issued another statement specifying that “the garrison continues until October 20 and does not give up”. A note from which the phrase “from tomorrow we go back to work” has disappeared.

There was no shortage of criticism on social media, including by Ugo Rossi, the 3V candidate (no vax) who presented himself for the first time in the current municipal elections and surprisingly exceeded 4% of the votes.

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The activity of the port, meanwhile, continues even if in a slowed way. In fact, from Gate 4, officially never blocked, trucks no longer pass, diverted to Gate 1. (ANSA).

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