Strage di Mestre, The Guardian intervista l’avvocato Domenico Musicco, presidente di Avisl Onlus, che per primo ha sollevato il problema del guard rail sul quale oggi è stata disposta una perizia.
“After seeing the first images I understood straight away that the guardrail was outside of the norms,” said Domenico Musicco, the head of an association for road accident victims. “It was old and with a gap that should not have been there, as it is against the law to have interruptions in guardrails.”
Musicco said the tragedy might have been avoided if “new generation” barriers had been in place. Plans by Venice council to install New Jersey concrete barriers on that road had been extremely slow, Musicco claimed. “Some are in place but the works had not yet arrived at that particular part of the road,” he said. “It is a real Italian problem of slowness, of bureaucracy, of inefficiency, of laziness and of passing the buck. In the end, nobody takes responsibility.” – CONTINUA
Strage di Mestre, le interviste sulla stampa italiana all’avvocato Domenico Musicco:
Strage di Mestre, dalla Bbc al Dailymail, le interviste sulla stampa internazionale all’avvocato Domenico Musicco:
Strage di Mestre, interviste delle tv nazionali all’avvocato Musicco:
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