Mauro MorandiThe 81-year-old moved to Budelli in northern Sardinia in 1989. Now he has decided to leave the island where he has only lived for 32 years, apparently due to pressure from the Italian authorities. “I will have hope Budelli is protected Because I have protected for 32 years,” he wrote on Facebook last Sunday.
Morandi’s story began in the late 1990s, “tired of many things in our society: Consumerism and the political situation in Italy. “At that time, he decided to abandon everything and start a sea journey to take him to The Italian archipelago of La Maddalena.
Soon after, he reached Budelli, Met the guardian of the island, He is about to retire. Then Morandi decided to continue to take care of the island.
In recent years, Morandi has faced several threats of relocation, one of which was charged by the President of La Maddalena National Park on CNN charges. Fabrizio Fonnesu, An illegal alteration was carried out in the cabin where he lived, which was a radio station that began in the Second World War.
Morandi’s popularity makes More than 73,000 people have signed on change.org Ask the Italian government to allow him to stay on the island. However, Morandi confirmed to the Guardian that he will move into a small apartment in La Maddalena: “My life will not change too much, and I will still see the sea.”