No partisan point scoring in Genoa

"That can hamper or slow recovery and improvement'

(ANSA) - Genoa, August 29 - Genoa Archbishop Cardinal Angelo Bagnasco on Wednesday said no to all "partisan point scoring" on the collapse of the Morandi Bridge that killed 43 on August 14.
    Bagnasco, who is also president of the European bishops, said they could "hamper or slow down recovery and improvement" after the collapse.
    The government has pointed the finger at previous administrations in the bridge collapse.
    On Tuesday starchitect Renzo Piano, who is from Genoa, presented the city with a plan for a new bridge.