She is one of the few Western journalists to be in Afghanistan at the moment: Cecilia Sala, 26 years old from Rome, she is considered one of the greatest promises of TV and journalism in general. But what is its history? The young woman, as she explains TvBlog, grew up in the “school” of Michele Santoro. He first got noticed when at the age of 14 he spoke in a square against the mafia. The first television appearances took place in 2013 a A clean sweep by Corrado Formigli and in 2014 ad Announo, the talk show in which he took part as a permanent member of the cast. He was just of age and shared the stage with Elettra Lamborghini, the singer best known for her twerking.
La Sala, which has made space on the small screen thanks to the strength of its opinions, has grown into Santoro’s team and was first promoted to web editor of Italy – broadcast on Rai2 -, then she entered in effect the journalistic team of the broadcasts conducted or produced by the anchorman. In recent times, however, the journalist has specialized above all in Foreign Affairs. Its recent speeches on what is happening in Afghanistan have gone viral on social media, especially among young people who seem to appreciate his stories.
Cecilia Sala, however, has come a long way. From the stage shared with Lamborghini, in fact, she even ended up in a report on Tg1. Directly from Mazar-i Sharif he spoke of the protest of Afghan women: “Most women are afraid to leave their homes to discover that all the promises made by the Taliban at the press conference – they will no longer be forced to wear the burqa, they will be able to continue to work or study – will not be respected”.