The fool was sunny, so much so that she herself had to recognize him with her collaborators. But as soon as Virginia Raggi stumbles upon a banana peel, as happened on the plaque for Carlo Azelio-Azeglio Ciampi, rest assured that a Lancelot will immediately come to help her.
Her knight of the round table is Marco Travaglio, director of the daily newspaper, who yesterday to avenge her unearthed nothing less than the same error in the historical archive of the Quirinale’s own Internet portal: evidently even the most unsuspected stumble on Azelio. Because in fact, the daily fact publishes the photo of the crime: the agenda of the appointments of the then President of the Republic Francesco Cossiga which reported on Monday 23 January 1989 at 11 am a meeting with the then Governor of the Bank of Italy written precisely as in the plate-gaffe of the Raggi: “Carlo Azelio Ciampi”. In the Travaglio newspaper the photo leaves no room for doubt, but on Thursday, June 3, early in the morning, going to look for that appointment, he was found with the already correct name: Carlo Azeglio Ciampi, with a lot of “g” inserted after 32 years. Using the time machine of the Internet it can be found that in the very night the correction was made by a wise hand.
But Azelio must really be a virus, because it immediately reappears elsewhere on the Quirinale site. Even since the time of Sandro Pertini as president, because on February 4, 1983 according to the Colle’s agenda, the late and very popular president of the Republic had received 400 school students, including “Massimo D’Azelio”. And even in that case the “g” had disappeared without anyone noticing …