High security for anti-referendum protest in Rome

Demonstration against constitutional reform scheduled in central Rome on 27 Nov.

There will be high security in the centre of Rome on Sunday 27 November for the protest against Italy's upcoming referendum on constitutional reform.

Some 50,000 people are expected to join the demonstration, part of a nationwide series of protests, which will begin at 14.00 in Piazza della Repubblica and end later that afternoon with the CèChiDiceNO concert in Piazza del Popolo.

In addition to demonstrators against the constitutional reform, many other movements are expected to turn up, such as No TAV (opponents of the high-speed railway line from Turin to Lyon) and No Triv (against drilling for oil in Mediterranean), some of which have a background of violence protest.

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