Mafia massacres of ’93, Palermo court president: ‘There are still missing pieces’

A conference was held in Palermo, Italy, to commemorate the 30-year anniversary of the Mafia bombings in Florence, Milan, and Rome. The event, organized by the Pio La Torre Study Center and the University of Palermo, aimed to give space and provide closure to the families of the victims. The president of the Palermo court, Piergiorgio Morosini, emphasized that there are still missing pieces and gaps that need to be addressed by Italian institutions and society. The memory of these events is still taught in schools, thanks to the tireless work of witnesses like Teresa Fiume, sister of one of the victims. Fiume stressed the importance of remembering and educating future generations about what happened. She also expressed disappointment over the recent arrest of Matteo Messina Denaro, one of the perpetrators, as he has not provided any new information. However, despite the challenges, there has been progress in Italy in the fight against the Mafia over the past 30 years, thanks to robust anti-Mafia legislation. The unresolved issue remains the connection between the Mafia and politics, as the true power lies in the Mafia’s ability to control when violence occurs.

Le stragi di mafia del ’93, il presidente del tribunale di Palermo: «Ci sono ancora dei pezzi mancanti»

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