Martedì, 18 Settembre 2018
ROME

Three major Italian unions to plan strategies together

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Rome, April 18 - Italy's three biggest trade union
organizations will discuss key issues facing organized labour at
the end of the month, the trio announced Thursday.
The national secretariats of the CGIL, CISL and UIL have
called a meeting for April 30.
It is the first time in many months that the more militant
CGIL has agreed to sit down with the other two for such a
meeting.
They say they will focus on joint mobilization projects to
protect union members' jobs in the face of an ongoing recession
that has led to closures and cutbacks at the public and private
level.
They are also fighting dramatic changes to Italy's labour
laws.
Last month, the left-wing CGIL - Italy's biggest trade
union confederation - warned that it will do everything possible
to stop government plans to radically overall the labour market.
The trio were successful working together in 2002 when they
forced a U-turn by the government of Silvio Berlusconi when it
tried to dramatically alter labour legislation.
Some of those same changes have more recently been planned
by the technocratic government of outgoing Premier Mario Monti.

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