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Laura Boldrini MP (Former President of the Chamber of Deputies of Italy, LeU, Liberi e Uguali, Member of Parliament).<br />
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Rome, 24/11/2018. Today, "NonUnaDiMeno" (Not One Woman Less) held the National demonstration "Non Una di Meno: Stato di Agitazione Permanente" (State of Permanent Agitation), which saw tens of thousands people marching (200,000+ for the organiser peacefully from Piazza della Repubblica (Repubblica's Square) to Piazza San Giovanni in Laterano (San Giovanni's Square). The Protest - which marked the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women - was called in support and solidarity with all the women, against the Pillon Law (DDL N. 735 made by League Senator Simone Pillon, https://bit.ly/2z4zD4g) about families and all the policies of the FiveStar-League coalition Government, labelled as "patriarchal, authoritarian and racist, a proper war against women, migrants and lgbt*qia+", demanding the end to male and gender-based violence against women and the feminicides, fighting for the living wage for all women, supporting abortion's rights and self-determination, and to end all forms of discrimination against women.<br />
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For more info please click here: https://www.facebook.com/events/899188277136405/ & https://nonunadimeno.wordpress.com/<br />
For a video of the event by Ruptly, 24.11.2018: https://bit.ly/2DKP58P<br />
For previous demos I covered in Italy related to the same topic: http://bit.ly/2FEtKIF & http://bit.ly/2FGiLp5 & http://bit.ly/2p1vwjS & https://bit.ly/2lNyfKm & https://bit.ly/2uZm4Ul & https://bit.ly/2FGsnRZ
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Laura Boldrini MP (Former President of the Chamber of Deputies of Italy, LeU, Liberi e Uguali, Member of Parliament).

Rome, 24/11/2018. Today, "NonUnaDiMeno" (Not One Woman Less) held the National demonstration "Non Una di Meno: Stato di Agitazione Permanente" (State of Permanent Agitation), which saw tens of thousands people marching (200,000+ for the organiser peacefully from Piazza della Repubblica (Repubblica's Square) to Piazza San Giovanni in Laterano...
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