The “Ad Maiora” list meets the mayor of Monte Grimano Terme.
He does know the “Ad Maiora” list, explaining in a press release that he had met last Tuesday, in the running for the Comites elections to be held on 3 December, with a delegation made up of Alessandro Amadei (candidate for president), Laura Corbelli and Marina Rossi the mayor of Monte Grimano Terme, Elia Rossi, and the city councilor, Lorenzo Broccoli, at the town hall in piazzale Matteotti.
At the center of the confrontation “there was the Green Pass application, in light of the recent circular from the Italian Ministry of Health which provides that Italian citizens residing in San Marino, already immunized with Sputnik vaccine not approved by the EMA, receive one or two doses of vaccines certified by the European Medicines Agency “.
In addition, to hold the stage, “was also the question of foreign license plates; problem that still remains open, despite the amendment to the Highway Code approved by the Senate a few days ago: in fact, even today a resident in the Italian territory for over 60 days, who circulates in Italy with a vehicle with a San Marino license plate, risks a fine and confiscation of the vehicle, if family member of the owner of the vehicle resident in San Marino “.
A thought of the participants in the meeting was “addressed to frontier workers of the Republic of San Marino that after having been grappling with fiscal and regulatory problems, they are now also facing the repercussions of the health emergency due to the coronavirus “.
That of the 3 December next, according to the mayor of Monte Grimano Terme, Elia Rossi, “will be a important event, not only for San Marino, where sixteen thousand Italians reside, but also for neighboring countries, such as Monte Grimano Terme, which counts, among its citizens, about 500 registered in the registry of Italians residing abroad (the so-called ‘ Aire ‘)“.
In this context, the presidential candidate Alessandro Amadei concluded, “whoever is applying to lead the Comites, intends to accept the degree challenge the delicate role of conjunction between San Marino and Italy in order to strengthen the friendship and brotherhood that has always existed between the two states”.
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