Italian students burned effigies of Vice-premiers during the protests, Students in dozens of Italian cities staged a protest against the government’s plans for funding education. About it reports the Chronicle.info with reference to the UNN.
According to the Agency, the action took place in about 50 cities across the country. About 3 thousand people gathered near the building of the Ministry of education in Rome, but the Ministry refused to enter into negotiations with the protesters.
In addition, in Turin, a group of demonstrators burned effigies of the Minister of internal Affairs of Italy and the Deputy Prime Minister of Italy Salvini and Minister of economic development, labour and social policy, Deputy Chairman of the Council of Ministers Luigi Di Maio. Salvini called the action “disgusting.”
Students took to the streets in protest against the lack of funding schools and education in General.