Today the Corriere del Veneto publishes an article signed by Nicolussi Moro (journalist who in my opinion has not distinguished himself for his impartiality on the vaccine issue), according to which Veneto is preparing to issue sanctions (and so far nothing strange), but the journalist goes further by giving advances - without citing any source - for which ANNUAL FINES would await us (instead of one-off, as provided inter alia by the government circular issued in August 2017 which clarifies without doubt that "the payment of the penalty extinguishes the 'obligation).
So, while taking with the pliers what Nicolussi Moro reports, we believe it is appropriate that the Councilor for Health Veneto Manuela Lanzarin (who took over from Coletto and never met us even though we had officially requested an appointment) UNDERSTAND WITH HOW MANY YOU COME DO and what discontent would create a tightening of the already lousy Lorenzin law. I would remind Councilor Lanzarin that the president of Veneto Luca Zaia firmly opposed law 119, I would also remember that the elections are approaching and we have at least 80.000 FAMILIES involved.
An email requesting clarifications is perhaps also indicated to the President Luca Zaia himself.
Members and supporters, here are the contacts to ask:
- confirmations or denials
WE CALL AND WRITE, ALL.
We trust in your concern to refresh your memory of what the Venetians want regarding the issue of mandatory vaccination. At the same time we will proceed to request an appointment from the commissioner AGAIN.
If we do not get answers / clarifications / denials and remain unheard, Venice is within reach of the train for everyone, they will listen to us under the windows.
NB: however, it is a fact that IT CANNOT BE MULTIPTED TWICE FOR THE SAME OFFENSE. Therefore the thing is neither in heaven nor on earth. But they have to stop shooting it big without denials and it seems an excellent opportunity to make a small reminder of the electoral commitments (Lega, Zaia, Veneto)