“Vele al Vento” to remember Giovanni Falcone and Paolo Borsellino in Palermo, The event, promoted by the State Police and the Associations “Quarto Savona 15”, “Cassaro Alto” and “Cassaro D’Amare” and with the collaboration of the association Ballarò means Palermo ETS, it was held this morning along the Cassaro. The ceremony had its important prologue with the meeting of the participants and patrons on the Cathedral floor where the infiorata representing the Heraldic Logo of the State Police was inaugurated, dedicated to the victims of the Capaci and via D’Amelio massacre , made by the Infioratori Masters of Noto (Syracuse). “The event was a significant cross-section of that spirit of aggregation and cohesion between the components of our society that the memory of the massacres is capable of generating even after so long: not only the organizing associations and the State Police, but also many school groups have provided their important contribution, such as the students of the Giovanni Falcone National Boarding School, the Liceo Regina Margherita, the Liceo Classico Vittorio Emanuele II and the boys of the “parco del sole” association, who offered songs, readings and other moments of entertainment “, explain from the police headquarters. On the specially set up stage, Tina Montinaro, president of the “Quarto Savona Quindici” Association, Leopoldo Laricchia, Quaestor of the province of Palermo, Giuseppe Forlani, Prefect of the province of Palermo, Matteo Frasca, President of the Court of Appeal of Palermo alternated , Lia Sava, Attorney General of the Court of Appeal of Palermo and Leoluca Orlando, Mayor of Palermo. The Piano della Cattedrale was the starting point of a colorful procession, also formed by the students of the police schools of Vibo Valentia and Alessandria who, in an ideal passage of the baton, through the Vittorio Emanuele street adorned with tricolor flags, reached the small port of Cala. Here, policemen and students handed over to the captains of moored boats, made available by the Italian Naval League, which remained waiting, 11 canvases depicting the faces of the Fallen in the Capaci and via D’Amelio massacre so as to display them even during a short and meaningful navigation in the gulf of Palermo.
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