It was Sunday, July 19, 1992 when at number 21 of via D'Amelio in Palermo, the Fiat stuffed with TNT exploded which killed the magistrate Paolo Borsellino and five agents of the escort:
Emanuela Loi , Agostino Catalano, Claudio Traina, Vincenzo Li Muli and Eddie Walter Cosina.
Twenty-eight years later, the Red Agenda Movement has organized a series of events to commemorate the anniversary of the attack.
In via d'Amelio, there will be a presence throughout the day.
The rest of the events will be visible in streaming.
It starts at 10:30 in the morning with a dialogue on the first twelve articles of the Constitution , carried out by the students to Alessandra Algostino, professor of Constitutional Law at the University of Turin and Gaetano Azzariti, from Sapienza From Rome.
Then, from 14:30 onwards, the video contributions of the groups of Red Agendas from all over Italy will be broadcast, followed by the update of the video 'New hypotheses on the theft of the Red Agenda' (by Angelo Garavaglia Fragetta ).
At 16:30 it will be time to say goodbye to the SIAP police union, just before the minute of silence, at 16:58, the exact time of the explosion.
To resume, Salvatore Borsellino will read the poem 'Giudice Paolo' by Marilena Monti.
At 17:10 you can see a video contribution of the 'Casa di Paolo', in via della Vetriera in Palermo. Federica Fabbretti, who will present the dossier 'Mafia and justice in the province of Messina', closes the day .