Molotov cocktail found outside CGIL office in Jesi

Didn't explode but blackened wall in Marche town

(ANSA) - ROME, OCT 14 - A molotov cocktail was found outside the local office of Italy's biggest and most leftwing trade union federation CGIL in the Marche town of Jesi on Wednesday.
    The incendiary device caused a small fire which blackened a wall next to a gate, local sources said.
    A local resident found it and put out the fire.
    CGIL said there had been no harm to persons or property.
    DIGOS security police from Ancona are investigating.
    Last Saturday CGIL's HQ in Rome was ransacked by a mob led by neo-Fascist group Forza Nuova (FN) during a protest against the government making the Green Pass health passport obligatory in workplaces from tomorrow.
    The incident spurred calls for FN and other neo-Fascist groups to be dissolved, and a counter-proposal from rightwing parties that all subversive groups should be dissolved, on left and right. (ANSA).


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