Coronavirus Rome, journalist Rita Di Giovacchino dies

Coronavirus Rome, journalist Rita Di Giovacchino dies
Coronavirus Rome, journalist Rita Di Giovacchino dies

At the age of 74, the chronicler Rita Di Giovacchino died. “Rita Di Giovacchino had a passion for work, and it was judicial news. In life, other passions, interests, talents, but the passion for work was her most evident characteristic in the eyes of the colleagues who shared the editorial life with her. One generous passion, because Rita did not stop at the surface, she was skeptical and curious. And generous also because the qualification as an envoy, which she had earned at the Messaggero where she worked for thirty years, was close to her. She did what is called “life” editorial staff “, with colleagues from the judicial news, also addressing routine and not confining oneself only to the big piece, to the big story. Sharing even the heaviest hours. It is right to define her as the” chronicler of the mysteries “because of great unresolved events, not clear, he had never stopped trying, trying to understand. With stubbornness accompanied by irony “, underlines the Syndicate of Roman Chroniclers.

“After Il Messaggero – adds the union – he had continued to write on the pages of Fatto Quotidiano. Retired, but tireless. And he continued to write books, telling from the massacres of the mafia to the darkest pages of the Republic, from the secrets of the Roman underworld to those of organized crime. She was 74 years old, but she felt young and her professional energies were not affected by time. Covid overwhelmed her. She was admitted to the Spallanzani hospital, three weeks of intensive care could not save her “.

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Coronavirus Rome journalist Rita Giovacchino dies

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