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Coni: Malagò, Rome has a genetic vocation for major events

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(ANSA) – ROME, JUL 28 – “Rome absolutely cannot afford not to take into consideration major events, because it has a genetic vocation for them. These are occasions that also serve to enhance peripheral areas, and I would like to remind you that the latest important works here they were made for Rome 1960. To say it is a shame is an understatement “. Word of the president of Coni, Giovanni Malagò, at the presentation of a Confcommercio survey on major events in the capital, held in the hall of honor of the Coni.

Interesting data emerge from the research carried out by Format Research. As many as 88.7% of the citizens interviewed believe that the city should increase the policy of major events.

This would lead, among other things, to tourist and cultural development, urban redevelopment and upgrading of infrastructures. Furthermore, for 76.7% of them, the lack of candidacy for the 2024 Olympics was penalizing for the economic revival of Rome. “The air has changed completely since then”, guarantees Malagò, while the Capitoline councilor for sport, Alessandro Onorato, believes that “if a few years ago the community had instilled the idea that the Olympics should not be held, the blame it has been of the institutions The no to the 2024 Olympics was the lowest moment in Rome as long as I can remember.

From that moment on there has been an exodus of brains and companies. “62.7% of those interviewed believe that the works created for major events would constitute a real legacy for the Eternal City. (ANSA).

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