in The end the soldiers had to come: Since Thursday evening, around a hundred men of the Italian army to secure the "zona rossa" (red Zone) of Mondragone. Previously, it was in the town with around 29,000 inhabitants, to the North-West of Naples to disputes between Bulgarian hired servants, and Locals, who threatened to spiral out of control. The reason for the riots is a Coronavirus outbreak in that part of the residential district "Palazzi ex Cirio", which is inhabited mainly by Bulgarian peasants was. After Corona-Tests in the last week, with around 50 infections were identified, explained to the regional President of Campania, Vincenzo De Luca, on Monday, a total of five tenements in the district, to the "red Zone" and placed it under quarantine. The police left the building, fence, blocked roads and entrances.
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But apparently not thoroughly enough. A number of Bulgarian agricultural workers escape from the "zona rossa managed". Probably they returned to work on the fields in the Hinterland of the Tyrrhenian coast, where they are now in barracks overnight. Because if the day laborers don't work, you will have after a few days, no more euros in the pocket. In the precarious working conditions of the so-called "caporalato" is in fact slavery. "Caporali" are local country people, the day labourers. Help the farmers and agricultural the necessary workforce, providing for their Transport to and from the fields of organization, often for their accommodation. The payment of the day labourers is the "caporali", deduct from wages the cost of Transport, accommodation and job placement.
fisticuffs between the Locals and Bulgarians
The now from Coronavirus-affected tenements from Mondragone are crowded. It is problematic hygienic conditions. In one of the cordoned-off tenements Italian homeless people, living, illegally, but tolerated. The feel of the infected Bulgarians doubly threatened: by the of this introduced Virus as well as by the fact that she is imprisoned for 14 days in their homes and from their meager earnings are cut off. It's between Locals and Bulgarians within the "zona rossa came to fisticuffs". The van of a Bulgarian "caporale" went up in flames.
The police had to stop the Locals from the outside into the "red Zone" to break in. There, the Bulgarians protesting in turn against the restriction of their freedom of movement. Balcony chairs were thrown on the protesters. Regional President De Luca requested the Minister of the interior Luciana Lamorgese Thursday afternoon finally to gain. In the night of Friday, calm returned in Mondragone for the time being. But the matter is not done.Updated Date: 26 June 2020, 11:19