7 aug. 2008

Italian mayor bans gatherings of three or more people as soldiers hit streets

As soldiers prepare to be deployed on Italian streets, a city mayor has been accused of Fascism after he passed an edict banning groups of more than three people congregating in parks and public gardens.
...opposition councillors said it was "reminiscent of Benito Mussolini's edict of the 1920's which banned groups of five or more people". ... if anyone is caught in a group of three or more they face a fine of 500 euro.

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