Posted on June 7, 2022
The vandalism, unspeakable, which upset a quiet summer evening on the “Falcomatà” seafront creates disconcertment. Anyone who has set fire to a scooter in the center of the Tresoldi Opera must feel profound shame, in the certainty that he will soon pay the bill for this unusual gesture of his in front of the judicial authorities.
This is what the group of directors of Italy Viva present among the benches of the municipal council John Latella, Deborah Novarro And Gianluca Califano.
Getting there – explain i advisers in a press release – indicates a total detachment from reality and absolute indifference to the risks that such an action could have entailed for people even more than for things. Really, it is hard to believe that anyone has had the audacity to make a gesture, as dangerous as it is senseless, that offends an entire city.
We are sure that the investigators will shed full light on what happened – they added – but we need the contribution and collaboration of honest citizens who, in Reggio Calabria, are the overwhelming majority. If anyone could offer support, even minimal, to investigations to identify those responsible, come forward without any fear. It is in similar circumstances that the most authentic and noble sense of a community must prevail which, in the face of such havoc, manages to unite and isolate the rotten apples. Waiting to fully understand the reasons for this crazy action – concluded the exponents of Italy alive – the summer season, which has just begun, will continue in the best possible way and the “Falcomatà” seafront, as always, will be the safest and most popular place for Reggio’s nightlife. Those who insist on staying outside the perimeter of legality, human respect and the public good should also stay away from contexts in which light-heartedness, freedom, joy and beauty dominate the scene. Reggio, in fact, does not need those who think they can continue to live as a troglodyte, free from scruples and deprived of any form of education and respect for others and for places and common goods.