(ANSA) – ROME, MARCH 16 – The mayor of Rome Virginia Raggi arrived this morning in San Basilio for a measure to revoke the license to a bar in the area notified by the police. On the spot brigade, carabinieri and police. “The revocation of the administration license is an important measure and concludes a story that had been reported to us by citizens even anonymously who had trusted the institutions. Today’s is an important signal, it emerged that this bar was a meeting place for people involved in the sale and consumption of drugs “, said Raggi. “We are taking an important action to restore decorum and legality”, continued the mayor, underlining the synergistic work done with the prefecture and the police “to give support to all the honest families who are now starting to denounce”. On the spot also Don Antonio Coluccia, the ‘anti-drug’ priest, and the councilor for Commerce Andrea Coia. To a journalist who asked her if it is enough to close a bar to restore legality, the first citizen replied that “360 degrees” are being worked on in San Basilio, also focusing on public spaces and “giving alternatives”. Even Don Coluccia second spoke of hope “to restore the trust” of the citizens “it takes time”. Raggi together with the other institutions present was challenged by some men of the bar with insulting tones: “Bring seven families to their knees … They closed a place that feeds families”, the main instance, which was subsequently advocated by someone directly with the mayor and in a more subdued tone. A man also rebelled against the cameras present, turning badly against an operator. (HANDLE).