In Turin it is the day of the yes: yes to the Turin-Lyon, yes to policies of growth and development of the territory. The appointment in Piazza Castello, in front of the Piedmont Region building, is at 11 am. There, entrepreneurs, trade unions, professionals and politicians are announced, the latter without flags. And many citizens. "It will be a demonstration in a civil tone, positive and peaceful, but firm", is the promise of the organizers.
"Turin takes to the streets to say so many – starting from the one for the Tav – that they know how to interpret people's needs and rewrite the future of a city and a region", explain the organizers. An open truck will be the stage of the event. The seven women of the Committee Yes will go up, Torino goes on, Mino Giachino, promoter of the Yes Tav- Sì Lavoro, Gianmarco Moschella, a student of Economics, and Guglielmo Nappi, a student of Engineering of the AutoVeicolo.
"We respect the commitments made with M5S – underline the members of the Lega elect in the province of Turin – but we strongly reiterate that the work must be carried out. Our participation in the event is above all a sign of respect and attention towards the Piedmontese productive and entrepreneurial world that today has decided to take to the streets and which obviously shows an uneasiness ".
"From today – says Mino Giachino, undersecretary of transport in the last Berlusconi government and promoter of the Si Tav petition that, in the last hours, has exceeded 60 thousand signatures – nothing will be more like before. In this square there is a GDP that is around 20 and 30 billion, "adds Giachino on the presence of entrepreneurs and workers. Despite the rain, the protesters are gathering in Piazza Castello, many dressed in orange, the color chosen for the initiative. In the square there are some flags with five circles, symbol of the Winter Olympics of which Turin has lost the nomination for 2026 after the divisions within the majority pentastellata.
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