Maria Fida Moro, the eldest daughter of the renowned DC leader, Aldo Moro, has passed away in Rome after a prolonged battle with illness. The sad news of her demise was communicated by her son, Luca Moro, to AGI. As per his statement, the funeral is expected to be conducted in a strictly private manner.
Maria Fida Moro, who breathed her last at the age of 77 in a clinic in Rome, had been residing in Fiano Romano for a while. She held an influential position in Italian politics, serving as a senator in the 10th legislature from 1987 to 1992. Initially elected with the DC, she later moved to the Communist Refoundation group as an independent, before finally joining the mixed group.
In addition to her political career, Maria Fida Moro also made a foray into the 2016 Municipality of Rome elections, leading the ‘Più Roma – Democratic and Popular’ list in support of Roberto Giachetti. She penned down the story of her family in the book titled ‘The House of a Hundred Christmases’, which was published by Rizzoli.
Her son, Luca Moro, is the cherished nephew to whom Aldo Moro directed his prison letters, marking a poignant connection between the family’s past and present.