An exciting challenge and last vote between the Madonna and a lay volunteer died in Africa ten years ago. Post up for grabs: the naming of the new hospital of Biella, a provincial capital of Piedmont. The new health facility will be open to patients in the coming months, but is already fighting on the name. The leaders of the local Asl had proposed to call the hospital "Our Lady of Oropa", worshipped in the area. The Mayor of Biella Cashmore, however, has opposed stating that the name of a public structure must reflect the values of secularism of the State, sparking anger and protests of a part of the population, that his lady holds precious. The Mayor has, then, tried to mediate with the students choose the name through a poll on the internet that is open, in the end, the vote of anyone to pass on the site www. biellascuole. it four options proposed by the city. Two don’t like practically anyone, because objectively bad: "Ospedale degli infermi di Biella" and "Ospedale civile di Biella". For them, so far, only a handful of votes. It is now around five thousand votes each, instead, and give life to a tight fight head-to-head, the two other names in contention: "Biella Hospital our Lady of Oropa" and "Biella Hospital Maria Bonino". For now the Blessed Virgin is the slight drawback, but you know, in this kind of competitions until the end anything can change. The Bonino, died in Angola in 2005 to 52 years, was a pediatrician who had dedicated his entire life to African children. The woman was hit by the Marburg virus, very similar to Ebola, for not having wanted to leave his work in favour of the poorest despite knowing that her health was very serious risks. In 2006 the President of the Republic Giorgio Napolitano the awarded a posthumous Gold Medal of merit for public health, the highest honor the State planned for a doctor. The Bonino is an important figure, unfortunately little known even by the same biellesi. Everyone in town, instead they know our Lady of Oropa and its ancient shrine, which houses a statue of the Black Madonna. The statue, according to tradition, was brought from Palestine in Biella by St. Eusebius in the fourth century after Christ, but, in reality, is a work of the thirteenth century. The Mayor Cashmore, a lawyer at the head of a centre-left coalition, which describes itself on its website as "Catholic, firmly convinced of the secularity of politics," he explained to a local site that call the hospital "Madonna of Oropa is a stretch" as "the name cannot and must not be an expression of that, however, I can also recognize. "The first citizen of Biella has also attacked the Director-General of the territory’s Asl, Gianfranco Zulian which should realize" that a denominational name is not suitable. " To date it is unclear whether the challenge to win votes will be the Madonna or the pediatrician Friend of children. To be sure, will not win common sense. . For more on this topic check http://64e04be0d197b89e796a229b.ericholzman.eu.