Video: Bars and restaurants closed: in Liguria a threatening letter delivered to Giovanni Toti
2023 Author: Cody Thornton | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-11-26 19:13
The president of the Liguria Region Giovanni Toti received a threatening letter against the closure of bars and restaurants.
Dear pres. Giovanni Toti, I strongly recommend that you keep the bars and restaurants open for Christmas, otherwise we will cause disasters. Do you know the bombs?”, Reads the handwritten threatening letter sent by post on Christmas Eve to the President of the Region.
The Digos of Genoa has opened an investigation against unknown persons and will carry out technical and scientific investigations on the letter.
"We understand the exasperation of those who cannot work, feed their families, with often late and negligible compensation. But the threatening messages that speak of bombs and plunge our country into a climate of hatred are unacceptable ", wrote Toti on his Facebook page, commenting on the episode. “We have always fought for balanced measures in defense of our companies. We will continue to do so but certainly not because driven by threats and insults”.
Bipartisan solidarity expressed to the politician after the letter received: at the basis of all the comments is the understanding of the difficulties that the restaurant sector, like so many others, is facing at the moment, but the unanimous condemnation of any attitude of threat towards of those who, in any case, seek to protect public health through the measures.
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