Massimo Bordin, Italian journalist, Died at 67

Massimo Bordin was born on August 18, 1951, and died on April 17, 2019; he was an Italian journalist.

As a young man, he joined the Fourth International and was for years a convinced Trotskyist.

Director of Radical Radio from 1991 to 31 July 2010, he edited Press and Regime from Monday to Friday, the press review dedicated to the political themes of the day.

The program has also been broadcast for some time on video by the RED TV.


On 9 July 2010, Massimo declared his resignation from the direction of Radio Radicale, due to incurable differences with his reference publisher, Marco Pannella.

Massimo continues to work for the magazine for which, for years, he was the interlocutor of Marco Pannella in the Sunday conversation with the radical leader.

He performed the weekly Middle Eastern column with the former deputy of the People of Freedom Fiamma Nirenstein and edited the Speciale Giustizia and the column from America written by Giovanna Pajetta.

Radio Radicale announced his death. He was suffering from a deadly lung disease.

Massimo Bordin passed away at the age of 67.