The presenter of the TV program Chi l’visto publicly thanked Giulia Cecchettin’s father for everything he is doing
The family of Giulia Cecchettin has become an important symbol in recent days. Dad Gino and sister Elena, despite the great pain of the loss they suffered, are fighting against violence against women and are trying to channel the suffering into something positive, so that it never happens to any other woman or girl again.
During the last episode of Who has seen it, the presenter Federica Sciarelli wanted thank publicly Giulia Cecchettin’s father:
Thanks for existing, politicians don’t hold me against it, but you and your daughter Elena have been more political. Many words are said, but you have given a shock.
Giulia Cecchettin’s father and sister have become a true symbol
A real shock, because the loss of Giulia has become the symbol of feminicides in Italy. The 22-year-old’s funeral was broadcast live on TV and the family’s pain was shared by all Italians. Gino launched an appeal to all men during the funeral celebration, hoping that his daughter’s case will be the last. A dad who chose to take a break from work, however channel his pain into something positive. She wants to help all those women and girls who experience a situation similar to that of her Giulia, she wants things to change in memory of her little girl.
Sister Elena is also there fighting for violence against women. He asked everyone not to remain silent after the news of Giulia’s passing, but to “make some noise”. And that’s exactly what those present at the funeral did when the coffin came out. They have shook their sets of keys, noisily welcoming the 22-year-old for the last time. Those sets of keys that are the symbol of a house, which should be safe and which for many women is not. “The monster has the keys to the house”.
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