Entertainment sector workers occupy Naples street

(ANSA) – NAPLES, FEB 23 – A few hundred activists and workers
from Italy’s entertainment sector occupied a Naples street next
to a theatre where a protest was taking place a year after the
closure of Italy’s theatres and cinemas due to COVID-19.
    The protesters held up placards saying “Work Is Not A Favour”.
    Some of them lit red flares.
    Nationwide protests Tuesday are aimed at getting the government
to end the closure of theatres, cinemas and other cultural
spaces. (ANSA).
   

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