(ANSA) – TURIN, MARCH 26 – A carousel of cardboard horses, huge tricolor balloons in the air to form a tent, and the machine for cotton candy. Piazza Castello for a morning becomes a colorful fair, one of those suspended for some time due to anti Covid regulations. It is the flash mob organized by the Piedmontese carouselers who gathered in front of the regional offices in Turin to ask to be able to go back to work and thus “rekindle the fun of the children”. The event also takes place in other Italian cities. “You grew up with rides, don’t let them die” reads the signs. “Our goal is to reopen as soon as possible – explains Marco Della Ferrera, representative of the category – we need to recreate the restart, after more than a year of closure. Many of our young people have had to find other jobs, also because what we have received from the government is not it was enough “. The Councilor for Culture of the Piedmont Region, Vittoria Poggio, wanted to assure the demonstrators that action is being taken so that this hard moment ends “after Easter”. “We have to start again in different ways but get back to work. I will continue to ask the municipalities – adds Poggio – to let the carouselers work and therefore find an agreement in safety for the protection of all”. The senator of the Lega Elena Maccanti was also in the square: “I am here so that their work is recognized – he comments – it would be nice to see the rides go back to turning in the center of Turin as in the past, to rekindle our cities”. (HANDLE).