Francesca Menna, former councilor of the Municipality of Naples, died

Francesca Menna, former councilor and former councilor of the Municipality of Naples in the De Magistris council (Equal Opportunities and Health) died today in Naples. She was 62 years old.

She died today, April 16, in Naples, Francesca Menna, former councilor and city councilor; she was 62, she had been ill for some time. Professor of Veterinary Hygiene and Public Health at the Department of Veterinary Medicine of the Federico II University, a historic militant of the 5 Star Movement, she was elected to the Municipal Council of Naples in 2016, a position from which she resigned two years later, in 2018. In November 2019 the then mayor Luigi De Magistris had chosen her to hold the position of councilor for Equal Opportunities, Civil Liberties and Health. She had reapplied in the last elections with the 5 Star Movement, but she had not been re-elected.

The announcement of his death was made by the former mayor De Magistris. “She was councilor for the Municipality of Naples with me – he wrote – and I want to remember her with her smile, for her humanity, her stubbornness as an enlightened feminist, for her competence and professionalism, as well as the tenacity with which she fought for freedom and civil rights. A terrible evil took her away in the days of the resurrection. A hug from the heart to the family she loved deeply. Hello, Francesca “.

Words of condolence also came from the current mayor of Naples, Gaetano Manfredi, who together with the administration expressed, as stated in a note from the Municipality of Naples, “heartfelt condolences for the disappearance of Francesca Menna, university professor and former councilor municipal to Health and Equal Opportunities “.

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