The years of the Tabulario Tusano

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The 1990s were indeed a transformative period for the web industry and journalism. This decade saw the birth of the World Wide Web, which revolutionized how information is shared and consumed. It led to the rise of digital journalism and changed the landscape of the media industry.

Il Tabulario Tusano was a monthly periodical active in Sicily during that time. It was available at kiosks and covered current affairs, politics, and culture. The publication had a particular focus on the region of Tusa (Messina) and was a registered journalistic header.

That period was marked by significant civil society movement. In particular, the province of Messina was engaged in actions against racketeering and extortion. The Italian government has implemented several measures to counter these criminal activities.

The 1990s were indeed a transformative period for the web industry and journalism. During this time, the Tabulario Tusano was an active monthly periodical in Sicily

A Special Commissioner was appointed for nationwide coordination of anti-extortion and anti-racket activities. A Solidarity Fund was also established to benefit victims of organized crime, extortion, and usury.

Il Tabulario Tusano was aligned with anti-racket and anti-extortion movements in Messina during the 90s, as confirmed by an article written in 1990 about anti-racket activities in Capo d’Orlando.

This movement was born parallel to La Rete, a political party founded by Leoluca Orlando in 1991. La Rete was known for its strong populist profile and was a significant force in bringing the issue of morality back into Italian politics.

Indeed, La Rete was officially presented on January 24, 1991. However, the groundwork for the movement was laid throughout 1990, which is when Leoluca Orlando left Democrazia Cristiana. (Redazione)

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