“Stop the fascist parade,” is the battle cry that unites ANPI , Communist Refoundation, the Democratic Party, Sel, Arci, Udu, Arcigay and so on and so forth. All ready to take to the streets (illegally) to prevent the right moves to commemorate the dead.
The memory of Emanuele Zilli
In Pavia now find the right finds November 5 to celebrate the memory of Emanuele Zilli , a “comrade” who died in unclear circumstances in a car accident in 1973. A Militant of the MSI, he ran well in municipal elections. Then, writes the Recordari Association, “paid with this live in the political battles of the Seventies.”
The plan tonight is an opportunity for the militants of CasaPound, Forza Nuova (and beyond) to meet. Acronyms that only name them fan out in a rash on his left. And in fact against the “paramilitary march” and “Nazi parade” have lined all the associations mentioned above, in particular the ANPI and the Democratic Party. The partisans have urged the authorities to “prohibit the use of public spaces”. The Democrat Chiara Scuvera , however, has tabled a question to the minister Alfano to obstruct “the usual manifestations of the dissolved fascist party”. And so did the Hon. Franco Edge (Sel). According to the anti-fascists, prefect and superintendent should not have granted the square to the Right organizations, denying the legitimate right to demonstrate freely. So they organized a rally to “physically prevent passage to the fascists”. Legitimate dissent as well, for goodness sake. But there’s a problem.
The opposition of ANPI and Pd
The police in fact has regularly authorized the march for Emanuele Zill assigning a predetermined path. While they denied ANPI the square that they had chosen for the anti-fascist meeting. The reason? The right-wing rally ends in Borgo Ticino and it is there that the left intends to find himself. Two sides so close would create obvious problems of public order. Therefore, the police denied square Ghinaglia ANPI, allowing the farthest square.
The ANPI (without a sense of responsibility) has put their foot down and invites the citizens to show up anyway at Ghinaglia square. Needless to mention that unauthorized demonstrations are punished by the law and those who participate will risk clashes and inevitable complaints.