A minute’s silence in all schools in Italy decided that the Italian Minister of Education Filippo Valnitara will be observed on Tuesday (21/11), to honor the memory of the deceased Julia Cheketin. Cheketin was murdered by her ex-fiancé, Philip Tourette.
In the meantime, the Italian government has decided that Giulia will receive her degree posthumously. She was deprived of life just two days before defending her thesis, as a civil engineer. A special ceremony will soon be organized to award her degree, “in memory”.
The perpetrator of the murder, Filippo Tourette, arrested in Germany on Sunday morning (19/11) and within the next week it is expected to be issued in Italy. The 21-year-old must face the charge of premeditated murder, which is punishable by life sentence.
According to APE – MEB, for his part, Cheketin’s father asked all women who are victims of violence to report immediately and without fear what is happening, while he added that “I have not managed to hate Philip, but I want her to live as long as possible, so that she will always remember what he did to her».
Finally, on Sunday night (19/11), thousands of people took part in a solidarity march in Vigonovo, in northeastern Italy. Julia grew up there and everyone remembers her as one smiling, but also very dynamic girl. At the end of the march, some journalists also spotted them parents of the perpetratorwho, as they said, “when they find the courage, they will go to meet Julia’s father and mother».
Source: News Beast
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