The Municipal Council of Rimini, gathered in this solemn session in the Galli Theater, in the afternoon conferred honorary citizenship on Monsignor Francesco Lambiasi, Bishop of the Diocese of Rimini. The session opened for a moment of silence, with the audience standing, to participate in the victims of the terrible femicide that struck the Rimini community this afternoon, a few weeks after the last tragic case. The intervention of the President of the City Council Giulia Corazzi then opened the session, followed by the speech of the mayor Jamil Sadegholvaad, which preceded the official speech entrusted to the director of Icaro TV Simona Mulazzani. Before the invitation to vote by acclamation, President Corazzi read the attribution of citizenship on which: “For your pastoral work, a community consistent with the common good, thanks to the spirit of solidarity and brotherhood of the Rimini citizens he is missing in the most difficult period in the country’s history since the war; For having always placed the value of the person and the bond between people at the center of ecclesial and social activities; For having maintained in the city community and increased the role of the Rimini Church which, operating in the light of faith, has become an active factor in the development and growth of the civil and social fabric; For having been able to guarantee the constant ability of the Rimini Church to adapt to the rapid changes in society, selflessly sowing the culture of encounter and direct commitment in the living flesh of society; For having accepted the challenges of modernity, keeping the presence of the Church strong and open as a beacon of faith, solidarity, attention to the weakest and most fragile brothers; For having opened the doors of the Rimini Church, encouraging its commitment to volunteer work and activities to support people and families in difficulty; For having, in your daily work, provided a fundamental contribution to the dissemination of culture, knowledge and the protection of artistic assets, such as food for the soul, indispensable to the life of the individual and of the whole community “. Among the applause, the Bishop’s speech of thanks followed.