Povia is not there, Franzoni is taken to the police station

Low turnout in Piazza Dante for the No Vax and No Green pass demonstration scheduled for 3pm. Nicola Franzoni, one of the leaders of the movement, was taken to the police station.

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It was supposed to be the highlight of the No Vax and No Green pass event organized today, January 15, at 15 in Dante square, in the historic center of Naples: we are talking about the Povia concert, well-known singer, winner of the Sanremo Festival in 2006, recently close to the ideologies of the protesters. The performance had been announced, together with the event, on social networks, but Povia this afternoon in Naples never showed up and, consequently, the concert was skipped. Few of the demonstrators also showed up in Piazza Dante: as he explained Nicola De Pompeis, one of the leaders of the so-called movement “Orange vests”, the low turnout was caused by the other No Vax and No Green pass events organized concurrently in Rome and Milan; many, as De Pompeis points out, for the presence of “very important characters”, in fact preferred to participate in the event in the capital.

Nicola Franzoni, leader No Vax, taken to the police station

He was also expected at the demonstration in Piazza Dante Nicola Franzoni, leader No Vax, recently hit the news for his bad words about the death of David Sassoli: it was he himself, in a video published on social networks, who announced the demonstration in Naples. From what Fanpage.it learns, just before arriving in Piazza Dante, a San Giovanni a Teduccio, on the eastern outskirts of Naples, Franzoni was stopped by the police and taken to the police station. Upon hearing the news, a small group of protesters, including the general Pappalardo, leader of the “Orange Vests”, got married from Piazza Dante in via Medina, where the Naples Police Headquarters is located, to understand the reasons why Franzoni was taken to the police offices.


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