DiEM25 members take to the streets of Rome in “March for a Different Europe” demonstration

DiEM25 members take to the streets of Rome in “March for a Different Europe” demonstration

This weekend in Rome, ahead of our European New Deal launch, DiEM25 is co-organising a mass demonstration of progressive forces: the “March for a Different Europe”. While EU leaders socialise nearby for the Union’s 60th birthday, we will be marching alongside a broad coalition of movements, trade unions and political actors to send an important message to anyone who will listen: we are determined to save the EU from itself.
If you’re in Rome on Saturday – join us!
When? At 10:45 AM.
Where? We will meet in front of Bar Kristal, in Piazza Vittorio Emanuele II 114, at 10:45 AM. From there we will demonstrate all the way to the Colosseum.
If you can’t make it, you can still support us by helping us get the message out about the march! Share this information through your social media accounts, tell your friends who might be interested in attending and stay tune to this page for updates on social media activities around the march. Let’s make sure everyone knows we are united, energised and that we also have something to celebrate: our determination to save our Union.
Check out the entire programme of activities around DiEM25’s events in Rome here.
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