Clone of Lega Nord / Northern League -- Venice

April 2014 Italian police arrested two dozen separatists including a former parliamentarian on suspicion of gathering arms to violently split the wealthy northern region of Venice from the rest of Italy. The group had converted a bulldozer into a tank with a makeshift cannon and intended to use it in an assault on St. Mark's Square in the region's capital Venice. The underground group, made up of radical separatists from the Lombardy, Sardinia and Venice regions, had been planning to “liberate” the iconic Venetian piazza using weapons from the Albanian mafia.VideoVideo: March 2014 Venice calls for vote to separate from Italy.TRANSLATION of  Lega Nord from April 4, 2014Rome, April 4 - The Northern League told by the militants, leaders of the new course of the Northern League 2.0. The federal secretary Matteo Salvini launches with a tweet, and an ad hoc hashtag, '# LaLegasonoio', shipyard to build, with the help of activists and sympathizers, the…

Clone of Lega Nord / Northern League -- Venice, also known as The Alliance, Liga Veneto, Liga Veneto Autonomo (Autonomous Veneto League, LVA) , Veneto League, Lega Veneta Repubblica is an active group formed c. 2014.
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