Meeting at 19.30 in the Politeama cinema square, then the mayor will lay a wreath on the orange bench, symbol of violence against women
<link rel="stylesheet" href="shortcodeTemplates/css/gallery.css"/> <link rel="stylesheet" href="shortcodeTemplates/css/articlePreview.css"/> <div itemprop="text" class="testo_articolo testo testoResize"> <p>It was announced, <strong>the torchlight procession will take place on Saturday 19 October to commemorate the young wife and mother Giulia Lazzari, 23, killed, according to the accusations, by her husband</strong> Roberto Lo Coco, 28, with whom he lived in Via Chieppara. Strangled on Tuesday 8 October, it died out on Thursday 17, at the intensive care unit of the Rovigo hospital. The departure is scheduled for 7.30 pm from the square of the Politeama di Adria, with a passage also at 7.45 pm in Piazza Grotto, where the mayor Omar Barbierato will put a bouquet of flowers on the orange bench, symbol of violence against women.
The march will then continue to Piazza Garibaldi, where there will be a moment of reflection on this tragic story.