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The Italian right protests against coping with the pandemic headed by Salvini

June 2, 2020

The center-right opposition in Italy, led by Matteo Salvini, held the first anti-government demonstration since the arrival of the coronavirus pandemic in Italy this Tuesday to protest precisely against the management of the Giuseppe Conte government. .

The protest started from Rome’s People’s Square. Salvini, leader of the league, leader of the brothers of Italy, Giorgia Meloni, and vice president of Forza Italy, Antonio Tajani, led the way to the central Via del Corso, where hundreds of demonstrators showed a giant Italian flag.

Salvini, who has not hesitated to take “selfies” with those present, most of them with masks, has argued that the concentration is trying to “collect the proposals from Italians who feel forgotten” by the Giuseppe government’s response Conte on the aftermath of the pandemic.

The Italian right protests against coping with the pandemic headed by SalviniThe Italian right protests against coping with the pandemic headed by Salvini

“We are here on behalf of the Italians who have been forgotten and discriminated against in these months,” said the right-wing extremist leader, who denounced that “self-employed and freelance workers” were particularly badly harmed. “The recipe for the league and the entire center-right party is” bureaucracy and tax cuts, “” he added.