Protests against works of art will be short-lived. Borghi: “Arrest and Immediate Arrest”

Protests against works of art will be short-lived.  Borghi: “Arrest and Immediate Arrest”

In recent days, protests have multiplied, across Europe and also in Italy, by climate activists, who are targeting artwork to increase the sounding board of their protests. Among those who tire of this attitude is Lega senator Claudio Borghi, who launched his own initiative on his Twitter profile: who disfigure or try to disfigure (the excuse of ‘there is so much glass’ does not have to bear) a work of art stored in a museum for propaganda reasons”.

A user responds to the Northern League Senator and initiates a question and answer. “‘Art. 518 duodecies CP Whoever destroys, disperses, deteriorates or renders totally or partially unusable own or someone else’s cultural or landscape property is punished with imprisonment from two to five years and a fine of €2,500 to €15,000″. verdict?” they ask and Borghi replies: “No… They get away with saying they didn’t do anything because there was glass. Let’s do a year immediately and with immediate arrest and if by any chance they really do damage then the rest is triggered”. The same user points out that “it is already provided because it is not usable even if it is not damaged”. But the parliamentarian also explains: “Obviously not because in the first trial the judge will say that the disabling was only temporary and that both a blow to the sponge and that’s it. I intend to eliminate judgment discretion and extend the 380 cpp list with this case. Before there is irreparable damage.”


Source: IL Tempo

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