“Unfortunately, the decisions of our world continue to be entrusted to politics when politics does not know how the wedding sector lives and how it works. I manage 300 shops and in two seasons I have lost 13 and a half million in turnover. line of the restart even when the restaurant world was working and we were totally at a standstill. It was possible to continue celebrating weddings avoiding dances and gatherings, it would have been necessary to take only a few precautions “. Luigi Auletta, wedding and ceremony manager of Confesercenti Campania and president of the Impero Couture maison, told AdnKronos. “Now then – he added – the question of the mandatory green pass has come up, which I consider an excessive measure, which could be granted immediately at this point. I do not understand why a person can freely go to the restaurant without any tampon and then if the next day has a wedding is instead obliged to take the green pass. In addition, the figure of the covid manager was introduced, which I had already personally requested on February 24. From my point of view, he had to be a professional and multifaceted figure able to work in the dining room and, at the same time, to control the behavior of guests. The covid manager will not have this dual role instead, and since in his name there is the word ‘covid’ it makes us think of a hospital figure rather than an operator in the world of wedding “.