The capital of the Bel Paese “welcomes you with garbage everywhere, desperate people sleeping on the street, annoying drunkards and a terrifying queue for taxis”
A big city, first and foremost capital of the beautiful country, must prove to be such, above all, by welcoming, promptly and efficiently, citizens, both our compatriots and tourists, coming from abroad. That’s how it is in Rome, led by Roberto Gualtierireported, for after-raysby Count Paolo Gentiloni Silveri a Enrico Lettathe “serene” successor of Gypsies at the helm of the Democratic Party?
Not so, second Ernesto Galli della Loggiacolumnist of the Corriere della Sera, convinced that “in the technical service of Municipality of Rome some poor mentally ill infiltrated in due time, and organized the arrival of taxis in via Marsala, at the exit from the Termini Stationand picking up passengers in the most incredibly insane way possible. ”
“One way, concluded the bearded commentator, disliked Craxi– which I am not describing, because all Romans – except, evidently, The pro-tempore mayor – know (and abhor, he would say Mughini) all too well. But which invariably arouses the comment, astonished and sarcastic, of those who come from other latitudes “.
Even harder than Galli della Loggia his colleague Paolo Conti, who professionally takes care of the address book of citizens’ letters to the Roman editorial office of Corrierone. He spoke of “a show suitable for a seminar of the Italian psychoanalytic society due to the inconvenience, the absurdity and the evident hostility towards Italian and foreign clients”. And he concluded: “Continuing with this arbitrary taxi disruption (between Termini, Tiburtina, Fiumicino, Ciampino), every project for Expo 2030 is pure delirium “.
Severe too Benedetta Fruccifrom Il Tempo: “Rome Termini welcomes you with garbage everywhere, desperate people sleeping on the street, harassing drunkards and a scary queue for taxis. Strike yesterday and today e taxi demonstration. Some metro stations are closed. Does the mayor have something to say? Between bonfires, evacuated buildings, hard to find taxis and wild boars walking around the city, I wouldn’t be surprised if some exasperated Roman shouted: “Dry woman Virginia Raggi!”
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