The movement against the green pass has developed a three-pronge line of attack which is shaking the system.
Before 28th August 2021, the powers-that-be thought the opposition was feeble and small of number.
But on the 28th the situation changed.
Thousands of people converged onto the streets of Rome and confronted the police.
During the following Saturdays the numbers increased heavily, mobilising two-hundred- thousand people throughout Italy.
To put it into some proportion, establishment political parties nowadays can mobilise just a few hundred people to their rallies.
The anti Green pass revolt is now an anti establishment revolt.
THE JUDICIAL ATTACK
The action launched by Neapolitan lawyers is obtaining concrete results.
On the 19th October teachers dismissed from work for refusing to take up the Green Pass will be presenting their case to the Employment Tribunal.
The Tribunal will send the Green Pass to the Constitutional Court, to be examined and its legality judged, and it is expected the Employment Tribunal will rule in the meantime that teachers can go back to work and receive their salaries.
On the criminal side of things public prosecutors are finalizing the criminal case against the Prime Minister, Mario Draghi.
Big news is expected in the coming days.