FN says March on Rome will go ahead (3)

Partisans' association ANPI appeals to stop it

FN says March on Rome will go ahead (3)

Rome, October 12 - The far-right New Force (FN) extraparliamentary group on Thursday insisted it will go ahead with a "march of patriots" in Rome October 28, the anniversary of the 1922 Frascist March on Rome, despite it having no official permission. On social networks, FN told marchers to gather for a 16:00 start in the Fascist-era EUR district's Piazzale Pier Luigi Nervi. FN leader Roberto Fiore said on Facebook he had handed in an application to stage the march "not in central Rome but along a very Roman circuit". He said "the theme of the march might be described as Constitutional: to meet the concerns of many who see the freedoms of Italians being restricted ever more, I'm referring to the right to criticise the invasion (of migrants) and the continuous anti-Italian discriminations". Fiore said there had been "many requests" to join the march "from all over Italy". The head of the Rome chapter of the National Partisans' Association ANPI, Fabrizio De Sanctis, said "the anti-Fascist State must intervene to block the March on Rome". He said "it's no longer just a joke but a subversive plan that must be defeated". De Sanctis said: "this State should be fully anti-Fascist, held up by an anti-Fascist Constitution. We as ANPI have met various associations and parties to organise a series of initiatives but the State must intervene."

Lascia il tuo commento

Condividi le tue opinioni su Gazzetta del Sud online

Caratteri rimanenti: 400

Le altre notizie

i più letti di oggi