The Decree - NAMELY LIBERTY

Saturday, January 11th 2020, 4:25:00 am
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Have a seat, please. Tomorrow at Monza, scene of The Decree. The monologue of David Gramiccioli, actor and artistic director of the Radio Colors. The two hours spun from the stage of the teatro Manzoni to tell it how it is born, the decree-law Lorenzin on obligation of vaccination. Settle in, ladies and gentlemen, no …

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