(from the correspondent Alice Fumis) FIUMICELLO, 25 JAN – Today Giulio Regeni would have been 35 years old, 35 like the torches that light up the main square of Fiumicello (Udine) from the ground tonight. Today marks seven years without Giulio, seven years without truth and justice. For this reason, says the Foreign Minister, Antonio Tajani, speaking in the Chamber, “we need a more effective collaboration from Egypt, starting with the notification of the writs of summons, but we cannot do without dialogue”. Fiumicello responds to Egypt’s silence by speaking of rights. He did it this morning in the schools, he does it tonight in the square and along the streets of the town. Yellow bracelets on the wrists, signs hanging from trees, words like “peace”, “courage”, “hope” and “future” imprinted on the billboards: on the anniversary of the disappearance of the young researcher, the yellow people met in Friuli, to stand by the Regeni family. On 25 January 2016, at 7.41 pm Giulio sent his last text message from Cairo. Then there was no more news of him. He was kidnapped, tortured and killed. His body was found a few days later, on February 3. This evening a silent “walk of Rights” along the streets of the town anticipated the torchlight vigil in the square and the minute’s silence at 7.41pm. Paola and Claudio Regeni, Giulio’s parents, participated in the procession – organized with the Youth Government – behind the banner “Truth for Giulio Regeni”. With them Giulio’s sister, Irene, and the lawyer Alessandra Ballerini. In the afternoon, the request for justice for Regeni was the focus of question time in the House. Tajani, who recently visited Egypt, assured that Italy “will do everything to eliminate obstacles”. “We will continue – he added – to monitor what Egypt will do in the future, we will see if words will be followed by deeds. There is no justice without truth”. The parliamentary group of the Democratic Party wore the yellow bracelet. The secretary, Enrico Letta, asked for the truth in a tweet. “What I say as a former Speaker of the Chamber is that Al Sisi’s words are worth nothing”, warned Roberto Fico (M5s) arriving in Fiumicello, “the Government should not be naive”. (HANDLE).