ROME, FEBRUARY 26 – Curzio Maltese, Italian journalist, writer, politician and television author, has died. He was born in Milan in 1959. Historical signing of the Republic, he had moved on to Domani. From 2014 to 2019 he had been MEP for the L’Altra Europa list with Tsipras. The director of Domani, Stefano Feltri, gave the news on Twitter. “A great journalist has left us, Curzio Maltese, whom we had the privilege of having on @DomaniGiornale – writes the journalist -. Although tried by the disease, strengthened by his civil passion and the love of his wife Paola, he committed himself to the last for a more just country ”. “Hello to Curzio Maltese, journalism as talent and passion”, writes on Twitter Ezio Mauro, who was his director at La Repubblica. Growing up in Sesto San Giovanni, he began dealing with sports and news for the newspapers La Notte, La Gazzetta dello Sport and La Stampa, writing editorials on topics that have always interested him, from politics to cinema and sports. Much of his career is linked, however, to the newspaper La Repubblica, of which he was a columnist from 1995 to 2021, before moving on from last year to Domani. Author of documentaries, as a television author he collaborated with Corrado Guzzanti in the realization of the program The Scafroglia case, as well as with Maurizio Crozza and Enrico Bertolino. (HANDLE).