On November 30, the Agency France-Presse information agency reports that several tens of thousands of Italian students who participated in the protest were completely blocked by the central streets of Rome. Thus, youth shows a protest against the planned reduction in financing of higher educational institutions that the Government of Silvio Berlusconi is going to hold the government.
According to the data provided by the agency, about fifty thousand people participate in mass student demonstrations. Police officers are trying not to allow demonstrators to the building of the Italian parliament, where on the thirtieth of November, in the evening this bill will be made for discussion.
Due to the fact that activists completely paralyzed the road traffic on several city streets, traffic controllers are forced to direct vehicles along others-alternative routes that often run along purely pedestrian streets.
At the same time, large mass protests are held in many other cities of Italy. So, for example, in some of them, as in Rome, students blocked the street movement, and in Venice, Milan and Pisa, activists even gathered on the railway tracks, thereby blocking the movement of trains.
Note that student demonstrations began last week, after it became known about the plans of the Italian government by 2013 to reduce the financing of higher educational institutions by nine million euros. In addition, the Government Silvio Berlusconi is also going to reduce one hundred and thirty thousand jobs in the field of education. On the twenty -fifth of November, student groups captured a falling tower in Pisa and Colosseum in Rome.