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Civilian Unrest in Bellaria

 

Due to the lack of support of President Mercurio and the sex scandal in the Italgrian government triggered by him the population of Italgria has gone on barricades.

 

Today 6:00PM CEST a group of around 6000 people walked down the 9 de Mayo (Widest street in Europa) protesting against president Mercurio. One hour later to group of people on the streets increased to 25.000 and more people are coming.

 

Until now the protests have been withouth any use of force by either the police or the civilianz. Slowly but surely they are arriving to the governments house.

 

We will keep you up to date with every new event.

 

This was Mariana Lopilato for INN News.

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We are here infront of the government building where more than 100.000 people reuned themselves to protest against the current President Mercurio.

 

*Shots fall behind the news reporter*

 

Oh my god I just heared shots. An officer is down! The police is now shooting into the crowd with plastic shelfs!

 

*The situation escalates*

 

Fire! Cars are being put under fire by the protestants and windows of several shops are being destroyed.

 

*The reporter gets hit by a plastic shelf and faints*

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The situation is out of control here in Bellaria since the first shots were fired by civilians!

 

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Two horsed policemen were heavily injured and our reporter was hit by a plastic shelf.

 

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Cars are being put on fire. Stores and everything not nailed to the floor is getting destroyed.

 

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The mob is now moving towards the residential palace in the business hearth of Bellaria.

 

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To not let the mob through and therefore prevent severe damage to the inner city structure policemen have been set up on a priority border were they are not allowed to let the mob pass.

 

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The president has asked for people to calm down but it is mostly unlikely that this will happen.

 

Rioters closed mostly all roads outgoing and ingoing Bellaria and the police is threathening to use force if they do not disappear within today.

 

Trains at several Bellaria stations made the ending as this one:

 

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TO: Italgria

FROM: Minister Kleinschmidt, Tamurin Ministry of Foreign Affairs

 

We are shocked that a demonstration got so out of hand. We hope that you can restore peace and order without any further loss of life. Tamurin is closely watching the news from your country and we hope that they will be better soon.

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  • 3 weeks later...

OOC: Suv I will use your population OK?

 

Looks like a "civil war" has broken out in Bellaria. Said Josh a Suverinian immigrant.

 

In fact he was mostly right. The outsides in Bellaria were partially destroyed and the roads were all closed. Km of cars lined behind each other were formed. The entire policemen of Bellaria were called into duty, even the reservists.

 

The mob was to big and the police was strictly not allowed to use their ballistic wepaons if the mob is not firing or throwing lethal utilities at them. This made it easier for the mob to advance.

 

A new plan of action had to be set up. The presidential palaca had 8 roads ingoing to it. Thos eight roads were quickly closed by heavy armed police cars and the police assembled behind hit with shotguns with real ammunition. The police had the instructions to if the mob passed the barrier first shoot once in the air. Then shoot gas into the crowd and if the mob was still breaking through the blockade fire ballistic shelfs at it. As last option if the mob was coming way to close to the palaca and there is no other way to take them down. Shoot them.

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"The mob wont go away will it?" The "President" looked out of the window.

 

"Most probably not sir." One of his closest councilor's replied him.

 

"What do you suggest do?"

 

"Well, without wanting to risk a civil war... You must resign"

 

"Then so it must be... My family?"

 

"They are OK and protected by the police"

 

"Please say them that I always loved them and never meant to hurt anyone."

 

"I will do so sir."

 

The president headed towards a chopper awaiting for him in the back garden of the governmental palace. He headed towards a military airport were a Jet would bring him to Suverina where he might get permission to live and even get permission to work...

 

Fastly the cabinet had met together arguing about the issue who would be the president until the elections. Center-Minded Maurizio Prodi was elected by the cabinet and the situation was explained to the public.

 

Voting which would last one week was announced...

 

 

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