Martedì, 16 Ottobre 2018

Italy's CGIL union calls general strike November 14


Rome, October 29 - The powerful, Italian left-wing
union confederation CGIL has declared a four-hour general strike
in Italy for November 14, a note from CGIL read on Monday.
CGIL is joining a pan-European mobilization launched by the
European Trade Union Confederation (ETUC) to strike against
economic austerity measures which they blame for dragging Europe
into recession, boosting unemployment, cutting salaries and
blocking growth.
Austerity measures "are attacks on the European social
model and exacerbate inequality and social injustice," said the
ETUC in a written statement.
CGIL's Italian strike has the additional scope of
"changing the Stability Law", a set of financial restructuring
reforms presented by the Italian government.
The CGIL general strike was called by the union's secretary
general Susanna Camusso.

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