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Art has always been a vehicle of the artist's self, of his vision of the world, of his reflections on others and on society. The "Identità" exhibition-competition, an art festival organized by the Municipality of Bra and the Politeama Foundation, focuses on these issues.  now in its fourth edition.

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Part Thursday 15 March 2012 the prohibition of parking for cars in Piazza Vittorio Emanuele in Pollenzo. The provision will take effect from 0 to 24 for every day of the week. Also in the context of the same intervention, no parking on both sides, always from 0 to 24, via Amedeo di Savoia, in the stretch between via Einaudi and via Regina Margherita. (Rg)



«For too many women la violence é more bread daily". This lo slogan printed on bags di bread and la Inquiry Equal Opportunity ha distributed a Bra Saturday last, 10 March 2012, al gazebo installed in by Cavour, in course . traditional appointment annual organized in collaboration with Never + Sun, association di Savigliano and protection le women victims di violence.

It was delivered by the Municipality of Bra, on Tuesday afternoon 13 March 2012, a stone destined to the construction of the tomb of Placido Rizzotto, the unionist who died in the post-war period at the hands of the mafia and whose identification was only recently possible of the remains. "We were one of the first municipalities to join the initiative launched by the Sicilian CGIL and relaunched at the national level by the organization of Susanna Camusso, to get from every city of Italy a stone to build the tomb of Rizzotto" - said the mayor Bruna Sibille in handing over the stone to the provincial secretary of the Cgil cuneese, Marco Ricciardi.

The municipal administration of Bra has collected the invitation of the national secretariat of the CGIL to donate a stone for the construction of the tomb of Placido Rizzotto, the partisan and socialist trade unionist kidnapped and killed by the mafia after World War II. Tomorrow, Tuesday 13 March 2012, in the council hall of the civic building, at 14: 30, Mayor Bruna Sibille and the city council president of the city of Zizzola, Fabio Bailo, will deliver to the provincial secretary of the CGIL, Marco Ricciardi, a stone that will be joined to that of the other Italian municipalities for the construction of the sepulcher of Rizzotto, whose remains were found only three years ago in a foiba in Rocca Busambra, in the Sicani mountains, and of which the recognition was recently completed. (Rg)