CasaPound leaves the elementary school ‘Parini’, a building they had previously been occupying for the day. The Municipality and Town Council engaged in finding a solution for 17 families in a state housing emergency – the families were to be moved to Capri square at Montesacro, into a building which has been abandoned for two years.
“Our occupation served the purpose to report a serious case of waste and decay.” Stated Andrea Antonini, Vice-President of Casapound Italy, “We stressed Rome’s dramatic housing emergency, in particular the tragedy of the 17 families without a home. After having been reassured of their fate by the Municipality and the Town Council we are ready to leave the building; the building itself should go back to being a school soon, which is good news.”
“From our side,” he continued, “CasaPound will make sure that the institutions maintain their commitments in regard to both the families and the redevelopment of the structure.”