“The guidance of Deputy Prime Minister and Minister Matteo Salvini is to allow the strike on Friday the 17th from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. for the entire transport sector, with the exception of the aviation sector, for which the unions had already confirmed a rethink. Salvini says who is ready to sign the court order So a note from MIT.
Salvini had called the unions. The general secretaries of the CGIL and the UIL, Maurizio Landini and Pierpaolo Bombardieri, did not attend the meeting at MIT with the deputy prime minister and the minister. The confederal secretary Maria Grazia Gabrielli participated for the CGIL and the organization secretary Emanuele Ronzoni for the UIL, the same people who met with the Guarantee Commission for strikes in the public sector. The meeting lasted approximately half an hour.
“As we told the Commission, we find the interpretation that says it is not a general strike wrong. It calls into question a right. It is a complacent interpretation.” and ” used by Minister Salvini instrumentally “to prevent the right to strike”. This was stated by the general secretary of the CGIL, Maurizio Landini, confirming the general strike on Friday. “We confirm the strike,” he told Radio24. As an act of responsibility, we have exempted air transportation and have increased the transportation of firefighters to four hours from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. “. Landini said that the Guarantee Commission “is complacent” with the Government.
“We would find it unpleasant if the Minister thought of intervening the authorities, It would be political will to question the right to strike to defend one’s own rights.” This was stated by the general secretary of the CGIL, Maurizio Landini, interviewed by Radio24 in response to a question about the possible precept of workers on strike on Friday. 17
The Minister of Infrastructure, Matteo Salvini “can prescribe what he wants but We are only at the beginning of a mobilization. What he is doing is putting this country on the cross. They will not stop us with a precept, we are only at the beginning, We do not want to simply change this stupid budget law, we want the reforms to be carried out starting with the fiscal one,” Landini reiterated. interviewed by Radio 24 about the possibility of the minister prescribing the strike on Friday the 17th. “They really think that with an act of this type they will cause concern or change the situation. They are losing consensus and are proving themselves incapable, prescribing the will.” “Don’t stop us. The strikes will be fine anyway, we are just at the beginning, we have no intention of stopping.”
Meanwhile, with a letter sent to President Walter Rizzetto, The members of the House Labor Committee of the Democratic Party requested the immediate convocation of the president of the guarantee committee. “Dear President – reads the letter signed by the deputies Arturo Scotto, Chiara Gribaudo, Emiliano Fossi, Mauro Laus, Marco Sarracino – in light of the recent pronouncements on the legitimate exercise of the right to strike and in order to achieve a solution plus a complete and detailed parliamentary evaluation in this regard, the Group of the Democratic Party requests the immediate convocation of the President of the Guarantee Commission provided for in the law of June 12, 1990, n. 146. Certain of its activation”.
MIT calls on unions
The MIT, directed by Matteo Salvini, today called the unions involved in the strike of November 17, given the lack of agreement after the intervention of the Guarantor and the lack of response to the official letter from the ministry inviting them to desist. The unions are scheduled for 6:00 p.m., according to an MIT note
The ministry sent a letter to the unions that proclaimed the strike in which, also in light of the Guarantor’s instructions, it expects “respect for the rules and common sense.”
Bombers: “We continue forward, we will not be intimidated”
The sentences of the Guarantee Commission “are guidelines, indications given by the Commission, and that if we do not respect our behavior we will probably be sanctioned”, but “we are moving forward, in the right to strike we are not willing to be intimidated by anyone.” This was stated by Pierpaolo Bombardieri, general secretary of Uil, regarding the strike called for November 17.