"We are hallucinated by the behavior of the Capitoline councilor and president of the commerce commission Andrea Coia of the 5-star Movement, which makes a convocation of the commission behind closed doors with the agenda, the PUA (Plan for the use of the beaches) and the situation regarding street markets (which would be the non-plateaus neighborhood markets and the weekly markets) , as if it were a priority of the city of Rome in this moment of deep crisis, due to the just total closure of all the causes #coronavirus ". He declares it, in a note, Angelo Pavoncello, National Vice President vicar of ANA (National Association of Street Vendors).
"This behavior, the note continues, brings out all the liveliness that this councilor has towards the productive categories, and in particular with that of ambulantic workers, confirming our clear condemnation of any violent action, it cannot be noticed, that at this point it seems that the councilor is seeking at all costs to instigate such violence in honest working citizens, who being desperate to understand how to support their families, both with the basic necessities and psychologically against this virus, he does not find anything better than to convene a commission with an odg. that everything is less than a priority for citizens and businesses".
Think instead, adds Pavoncello, to convene a possible commission with an odg. to approve urgent measures in support of Roman micro-small-medium enterprises, beginning to cancel Cosap-Tosap and Tari, for all peddlers and shopkeepers at a fixed location, who, being closed, do not use this service and therefore should not be paid, to go as far as direct economic aid, such as additional liquidity to compensate for the limited resources made available by the Council of Ministers, to purchase basic necessities, integrating what the Government has allocated, bringing it at least on a par with those who receive 780 euros, as citizenship income (to stay home) without a cursed virus obliging him-continues Angelo Pavoncello of ANA".
"We also reiterate the request to the Mayor of Rome Virginia Raggi, to stop any commission, both municipal and municipal, and any other measure, which does not treat priorities for Roman citizens and businesses, in respect of the same, who with a spirit of sacrifice and self-sacrifice they are complying in every sense with the directives expressed in the decree #I stay at home, concludes Angelo Pavoncello National Vice President of the National Association of Street Vendors.