In a few weeks, the so-called sardine movement organized a total of ten demonstrations against the party Lega.
A new Italian movement with sardinen as a symbol spreading and taking distance from the right-wing party Lega.
In just a few weeks, the sardine-the movement organized ten rallies and demonstrations, as specifically directed against Legas Matteo Salvini, former Italian minister of the interior and deputy prime minister.
Saturday was the tens of thousands gathered in Florence, where there were shouted slogans and sung the anti-fascist song "Bella Ciao", writes news agency AFP.
the Movement was founded 14. november of four young activists from Bologna.
It is a response to the increased connection to the Lega in northern Italy.
the Latest example of Legas popularity was seen by the local elections in the central region of Umbria on Sunday a week ago.
Here was the party 37 percent of the vote and an end to 49 years of leftist rule in the region.
the Salvini and the Lega has in the past been in coalition government with Femstjernebevægelsen, but earlier in the year fejllæste he the political situation.
In august he blew the government in the hope to trigger a new election, which Lega stood to win big.
Femstjernebevægelsen stood to lose, so instead entered the party a coalition government with the PD, otherwise there is the movement's traditional rival and opponent.
After the defeat, Salvini said that he will win power in the Italian regions one by one in order to force new elections.
For the time being he is in a tough election campaign ahead against regionalvalget in Emilia-Romagna, yet a classic left-wing region.
the Elections are held 26. January, and measurements suggests that the Legas candidates is quite equal with the current centre-left governor of the region.
/ritzau/Updated Date: 01 December 2019, 03:00