Invited in Déclic, 25 years after the discovery of the lifeless body of his daughter Mélissa and his girlfriend Julie Lejeune, Gino Russo expressed an anger that still lives in him today, in relation to certain dysfunctions in Belgium and in relation to the injustices that remain.
“Me, you know, I felt like those who spent 24 hours on the roof of their house, surrounded by water and no one was coming to help… I felt the same situation 25 years ago, with the feeling that there was no guarantor, whereas what we wanted was that we find our daughters “. Despite the time that has elapsed, despite the commissions of inquiry, the reforms, Gino Russo believes that in substance, some things have not changed. “In some respects, the situation has even worsened, I think. We are too much in communication and not enough in actions. The discourse no longer holds up with reality … and that, the citizen realizes, more and more. more “
For all that, does he think of one day getting involved politically, of becoming the Hérault of the mistrust which is growing more and more in the population, in the face of politics? Even if he doesn’t close the door completely, the answer is pretty straightforward: “I have already imagined it, fantasized … but in fact, I am an anarchist and I cannot bear to be in a structure where I am guided and that will be complicated in a party and in a political structure”.
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