May 19, 2024
Furious anti-EU protests erupt in Rome and Milan demanding Italy QUIT the eurozone
The demonstration in the Piazza Duomo in Milan largely ignored social distancing measures.
The demonstration in the Piazza Duomo in Milan largely ignored social distancing measures.

FURIOUS protesters took to the streets in Milan and Rome on Saturday, demanding the immediate resignation of the Government as well as an immediate exit from the eurozone.

Fed-up protesters in Italy erupted in fury as they clashed with police in both Milan and Rome. Italian businesses have only recently been allowed to reopen after more than two months of a strict nationwide lockdown meant to curb the spread of the virus. However, hundreds took to the streets in the two major Italian cities to demand an immediate end to the restrictions.

The anti-lockdown groups were also demanding for Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte’s government to immediately resign and call a new election.

Others called for a “return to the Italian lira” – Italy’s currency prior to the introduction of the euro.

Protesters chanted anti-EU slogans, including ‘Stop Euro’ and ‘Italexit,’ as they demanded a swift exit from the eurozone.

Some also vented their anger at the economic hardship the lockdown has imposed, with businesses forced to shut as thousands struggle with income.

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