Berlusconi vowed to Roman Law rioters

Written By Admin on Sunday, October 16, 2011 | 7:00 PM

Italy - Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi vowed to punish the parties responsible for the riots that occurred in Rome on Saturday, October 15 last. Action that begins this peaceful change chaos after a group of radical black-robed demonstrators perform arson attacks on cars and news hunters.

Reporting from the pages of Al-Jazeera, Berlusconi said he would immediately identify the rioters and punish them. He called the incident is very worrying, and radical rioters should be punished without exception.

Quoted from the BBC, at least 70 people were injured in the chaos of Rome, three of whom suffered serious injuries. The protesters also damaged many properties and burn a lot of cars as well as the Italian flag and the flag of the European Union.

Mayor of Rome, Gianni Alemanno, immediately commit to anticipate riots by instructing all museums in the capital of Italy was stopped operating for a while. He condemned the action which he said was triggered by parties not responsible for this. Action demanded changes due to global financial crisis in Rome was inspired by the movement of the Anti Wall Street in New York and the Spanish Indignado movement. Other large cities in other parts of the world was apparently not spared from such protests.

Reporting from the pages of Le Monde, the demonstrators in Madrid Indignados related protest the country's high unemployment, which reached 20.89%. Meanwhile in London, dozens of demonstrators gathered to listen to a speech the founder of Wikileaks, Julian Assange. "We want a little justice in the world economic system," said Assange.

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