Another 24 cited over Rome Green Pass riot

Some 15 of them took part in raid on CGIL union headquarters

(ANSA) - ROME, OCT 13 - Carabinieri police have reported another 24 people to Rome prosecutors in relation to the riot that broke out in Rome on Saturday during a protest against the obligation to make the Green Pass COVID-19 health passport obligatory at Italian places of work, sources said Wednesday.
    Around 15 of the people allegedly took part in a raid in which the headquarters of the CGIL trade union were ransacked.
    They are accused of crimes including resisting a public official, aggravated violence during an unauthorized demonstration and criminal damage.
    Twelve people were arrested at the weekend, including senior members of the far-right Forza Nuova party who were the alleged ringleaders of the mayhem. (ANSA).


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