(ANSA) – NAPLES, 22 JUN – “‘Night before the exams, night of the police. Of course you took someone away’, sang the Capitoline singer-songwriter Antonello Venditti describing the night before the final exams. In Naples, however, the Police did not show up, madness, on the other hand, yes “. The area most affected by the crowds of high school students was that of San Martino reduced to the same level as a battlefield. Bottles left on the ground, shards of glass, overturned waste containers, endless garbage “. This was reported in a note where he also attaches some images, is the regional councilor of Europa Verde Francesco Emilio Borrelli, according to whom” the baraonda di students clogged the streets of the neighborhood, sowing chaos and unrest aboard the scooters that also raged on the sidewalks “.
Borrelli also publishes a message received from some citizens (“Mr. Councilor, this is the situation in San Martino for ‘the night before the exams’. Abominable situation, it seemed that there was an apocalypse …”).
“It is hard to talk about maturity in these cases – underlines Borrelli together with the municipal councilor of Europa Verde Rino Nasti – in this way these guys prove to be not very responsible but very uncivilized. We were all young and we know what it means to face the exams but you have to understand that you have to respect yourself, your city and other people. These guys have shown that they are really immature and deserve to be rejected for what they have done. In any case, we ask that the areas most frequented by young people are subjected to strict controls, for their own good and that of all citizens and that their families are sanctioned for what they have done. If these are the mature men of tomorrow, we are in really bad shape “. (HANDLE).
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