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The city of Milan wants to ban the sale of ice cream and pizza in the early hours of the morning

The city of Milan wants to ban the sale of ice cream and pizza in the early hours of the morning

The Italian city of Milan announced a new law prohibiting the sale of ice cream, pizza and edible drinks on the streets after midnight. The new law, drawn up by the City Council, is scheduled to take effect in May.

According to Milan's Deputy Mayor for Security, Marco Granelli, the aim of this measure is to “protect the tranquility of the population” during the summer.

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The project, which is scheduled to take effect from May 17 to November 4, bans the sale of prepared foods including ice cream and pizza from 0:30 a.m. to 6:00 a.m. on weekdays and from 1:30 a.m. to 6: 00 am. On a weekend in Milan.

“Our goal is to achieve a balance between entertainment and tranquility,” declared Marco Granelli. “We believe in a living city, where young and old have spaces.”

Italy passes a law that would reduce the number of abortions in the country

Last Tuesday, the 23rd, the Italian Parliament approved the law allowing conservative groups to access health clinics. miscarriage. These organizations can enter these places to speak and raise awareness among women who are about to have an abortion.

According to the government, this amendment achieves the original goal of the 1978 law legalizing abortion. With the base, the clinics will open their doors for these groups to come in and talk to the women.

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The law, presented by MP Lorenzo Malagola, from the Brotherhood of Italy party, stipulates that “the regions will organize advisory services.” […] They will be able, without new or greater charges to public accounts, to use third sector agents with qualified experience in maternity support.

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