Pelosi’s trip to Rome was disrupted by violent anti-vaccine mandate protests


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Anti-riot police officers face demonstrators during a protest against the obligation of green pass, in their attempt to reach Chigi Palace government office in Rome, Italy, on October 09, 2021.

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People participate in a demonstration organized by the No Vax and far-right movements against the «Green Pass» in Piazza del Popolo on October 9, 2021 in Rome, Italy. The No Green Pass demonstrators started an unauthorized march that ended in clashes against the police, with tear gas and paper bombs throw.

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A wounded demonstrator clash with the Italian Police during a demonstration organized by No Green Pass, No Vax and far-right movements against the Green Pass, following the new decree outlined by Italian Government, near Palazzo Chigi, on October 9, 2021 in Rome, Italy.

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Extreme-right political party Forza Nuova leader Giuliano Castellino (C) shout during clashes following a protest against the mandatory sanitary pass called «green pass» in the aim to limit the spread of the Covid-19 in central Rome on October 9, 2021.

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Extreme-right political party Forza Nuova leader Giuliano Castellino (C) shout during clashes following a protest against the mandatory sanitary pass called «green pass» in the aim to limit the spread of the Covid-19 in central Rome on October 9, 2021.

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As of Monday, politicians and leaders of the CGIL were calling for banning Forza Nuova altogether.

According to EuroNews, members of the center-left Democratic Party and the anti-establishment Five Star Movement signed a motion in parliament calling for Fuorza Nuova’s dissolution.

General secretary of the CGIL, Maurizio Landini, said in a statement that Draghi, in conversations with the union, had committed to dissolving such neo-fascist groups in Italy.

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