The memory of Aldo Moro promoted by “Polity Design” revives true politics in Caserta

The memory of Aldo Moro promoted by “Polity Design” revives true politics in Caserta

(pictured, from left Luigi Ferraiuolo, Marco Follini, Biagio Narciso)

CASERTA – Caserta, Casertavecchia and Rome connected by the invincible figure Aldo Moro. This is the intention of the initiative promoted last Monday, May 9, by Polity Books, the literary department of Polity Design, Scuola di Classe Dirigente in Caserta, on the forty-fourth anniversary of the discovery of the statesman of Via Caetani in Rome, brutally killed by the brigades rode. The school’s young students organized a full day dedicated to Moro, divided into two parts. A moment of prayer and remembrance in the cathedral, where he often stopped to pray when in Caserta, by his friend Elio Rosati, in the morning, at the same time as the Roman memorial service, which was also attended by the head of state.

And an afternoon meeting in Caserta, in the seminary library with his latest student: Marco Follini and several Caserta voices. Menditto absent due to a physical problem; University professor Alberto Coppola, son of Senator Mattia, Moroteo and a friend of the family spoke, who also told of his intense visit during the days of the kidnapping with his father in the Moro House in conversation with Mrs. Eleonora.

The starting point for the confrontation with Follini was born not only for his personal story, but also from his latest release: “Via Savoia. Aldo Moros labyrint », published by La nave di Teseo. “Polity Design” Supervisors: Gianmarco Carozza, Sergio Carozza, Valentina D’Andria, Luigi Ferraiuolo (School Director), Monica Ippolito, Don Gianmichele Marotta, Antonio Milano, Biagio Narciso in conversation with the Senator and former Vice President of the Council and Claudio Petrone. Also present were the Mayor of Caserta, Carlo Marino, and the Director of the Department of Political Science at Vanvitelli University, Francesco d’Ippolito. From the stories of this polyphonic interview emerges the portrait of Aldo Moro between Rome and Caserta, the friendship with Elio Rosati, the bond to the city of Aversa to the private law lessons that Moro held at the forensic psychiatric hospital.

Marco Follini, former leader of the Young Christian Democrats, tells all that about Moro in the essays, in political biographies and in the studies of historians we could never read. “Via Savoia. Aldos labyrint Fun ”wants to be a study of the character and life of a man who is aware of and concerned about the weight of his role and his authority, by a man – as the author defined him – representative of a fragile power, which kept the reins of Italian politics for twenty years, but always eroded by an intimate insecurity.

The authoritative, solemn figure we know is enriched by Follini through his personal memories, which they open an insight into the Moro man’s thoughts, concerns and worries. He introduces us to a Moro
the lord of the time, who not only in his political activity has sensed that change is happening for children steps and not in leaps and bounds, but also in his life he refuses haste and anxiety because he does not recognize them
I earn. A Moro who was very aware of prestige and which this one was never scratched and a Moro aware of power, but in a careful way, because power is a dizziness, it is not conquest, but something to be kept in check.

“The meeting was an attempt that involved our students and supervisors – explains the director of Polity Design, Luigi Ferraiuolo – in trying to make politics again in Caserta in a higher sense, of service to the common good, through the memory of Fun and recycling of the memory that binds it to our country ».

And it is precisely to stay away from the palaces of power and have a place where one can understand men in silence and politics, which Moro, as Follini tells us, chose for his private study the headquarters of Via Savoia, at.
The Salario district of Rome, a central but secluded area, closer to the university than to other places where however, no one could get past by chance. To remedy the loss of one’s own memory and of those who, after Moros’ death, had believed in politics could continue undisturbed, Follini reveals the most special aspects of character and personality Moro dominus of political life in Italy at the time, by him who defined its relations and turning points.

At a time when political participation has undergone a crucial paradigm shift, Marco Follini leaves the political legacy of Morotea to young people. It is then up to this new Italy to understand how it can be
considered and resumed.

Among the audience attentive listeners, including several parliamentarians and political leaders of Terra di Lavoro, from Aversano senator Lucio Romano, to deputies Giovanni Piccirillo and Rosa Suppa, to the last provincial secretary of the Christian Democrats Mimmo Santonastaso, son of the senator. and Vice-Secretary Geppino; to Attorney Giovanni Mercone, DC’s District Secretary at the time of Moro; to the former president of the province and mayor of the capital, Giampaolo Iaselli, from the president of Coni Michele De Simone to the journalist of Il Mattino Franco Tontoli. The meeting was sponsored by Caserta Municipality, the province of Acli, the Faculty of Political Science, Liceo Classico Giannone and the Seminar Library. An all-day report will be made by Liceo Film School, directed by Gianrolando Scaringi.

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