Italian mayor Gianluca Bacchetta rebels against Giuseppe Conte's decisions: 600 km on foot to Rome

Italian mayor Gianluca Bacchetta rebels against Giuseppe Conte's decisions: 600 km on foot to Rome
 Gianluca Bacchetta on foot departing for Rome
 The mayor of a municipality in Italy set off for Rome on foot in protest against the Italian Prime Giuseppe Conte.

Gianluca Baçhetta, the mayor of Divignano, aims to cover 600 kilometers on foot, giving a symbolic protest to the Italian government's decisions.

Italian mayor Gianluca Bacchetta rebels against Giuseppe Conte's decisions: 600 km on foot to Rome
Gianluca Bacchetta on foot departing for Rome
The Italian government took the decision to give 600 euros in compensation to all employees of closed businesses due to COVID-19.

Italian mayor Gianluca Bacchetta rebels against Giuseppe Conte's decisions: 600 km on foot to Rome
Gianluca Bacchetta at his Restaurant
He intends to return back the award to Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte and give a voice to the owners and entrepreneurs in the restaurant business. Starting on Friday, May 1, the first Piedmontese citizen of a municipality with 1400 inhabitants in the province of Novara and owner of the German restaurant and beer Edelstube in Pombia (Novara) is continuing on foot to Rome.

"I will give back the 600 euros to the Government, we need serious projects to deal with this situation and not charity on the part of the government," said one outraged mayor.
Italian mayor Gianluca Bacchetta rebels against Giuseppe Conte's decisions: 600 km on foot to Rome Italian mayor Gianluca Bacchetta rebels against Giuseppe Conte's decisions: 600 km on foot to Rome Sunday, May 03, 2020 Rating: 5
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