Controversy over naming high school after Impastato, principal speaks out: “We do not accept external interference”

The article discusses the controversy surrounding the decision to rename a high school in Italy after Felicia and Peppino Impastato, who were victims and symbols of the fight against the mafia. The school’s director, Lucia La Fata, asserts the school’s autonomy in making this decision and criticizes external influences that have tried to influence the choice of the new name. The school’s student representatives suggested naming the school after Rosario Livatino instead, but the majority of the school council voted to proceed with the name Felicia and Peppino Impastato. The school emphasizes its commitment to educating students on values of legality, justice, and anti-mafia efforts.

La polemica sul liceo di Partinico da intitolare a Impastato, la preside rompe il silenzio: «Non accettiamo ingerenze esterne»

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