Martedì, 23 Ottobre 2018

Lines outside trade union offices in Genoa for IMU rebate


Genoa, February 20 - Italian labor unions in the
northwestern city of Genoa have called on citizens lining up
outside their offices to sign up for a supposed IMU tax refund
to not do so.
Three major trade unions - CGIL, CISL, UIL - issued a joint
statement saying that their facilities and tax-assistance
centers are inundated by people who misinterpreted a
pre-electoral letter sent by ex-premier Silvio Berlusconi
promising a rebate on a housing tax if elected.
In the letter, sent to millions of Italians on Tuesday,
Berlusconi promised to scrap the much-hated IMU property tax
introduced by his successor, outgoing Premier Mario Monti, and
give back the money paid in 2012 if his centre-right coalition
wins the election.
However, many believed the rebate to be a done deal when
they received the envelope stamped "rebate enclosed".
The trade union message said "in order to avoid wasting
time, we invite citizens not to come to the union headquarters
because the letter is simply an electoral message".

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