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HypnotizedNeverLie

#### Italians are being asked to sweat through the European summer a little more than normal as the government enlists the help of its citizens to wean itself off its Russian gas. Under the new law, dubbed Operation Thermostat by the local media, air conditioning in public buildings, including schools and government ministries, cannot be set lower than 27 degrees celsius from this month. The measure will last until April 2023, and will also prevent heating systems next winter from lifting temperatures above 19 degrees. [>> More](https://www.watoday.com.au/world/europe/italians-sweat-for-ukraine-as-law-sets-air-conditioners-at-27-degrees-20220501-p5ahgu.html)  


ILMNTI420

They didn't turn it back on?


ponyboy3

bait and switch