Italian town to remove signs

Italian town to remove signs urging respect for Christian

Rome, May 22 (IANS) The Italian Infrastructure Ministry eventually ruled that the signs had to be taken down within the next two weeks, explaining that they “didn’t respect the Highway Code,” which only allows road signs to contain information useful for driving and identifying locations, routes, and services, Giornale di Brescia reported.

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Before erecting the signs in December, Pontoglio mayor, Alessandro Seghezzi, explained in a letter to the local council that his initiative was aimed at preserving the town’s values and promoting security.

“Today we’re living in a transitory period. It’s our job to ensure that all comply with rules that govern civil life,” he wrote.

Local councilor, Paolo Bocchi, supported the move, saying that there was “nothing racist about it.”

“These are just the interpretations being made… this is purely information about our history, our tradition,” he explained.

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