Angelo, what are people saying about now Ex-FCA CEO Sergio Marchionne?

This is what CNBC reported:
"It is a situation that was unthinkable until a few hours ago, and one that leaves us all with a real sense of injustice," FCA Chairman John Elkann wrote in a letter released by the company. Elkann said he was "profoundly saddened" by Marchionne's condition.

FCA had been expected to appoint Marchionne's successor in April 2019. But on Saturday it said Marchionne had experienced "unexpected complications" during his recovery and that the problems had "worsened significantly in recent hours."