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Struggles in Italy
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Category Archives: Public Employees
Health workers across the Lombardia region took part in a 24-hour strike on Wednesday 8th May, as part of the ongoing struggle against 244 redundancies at San Raffaele Hospital. Already, 66 workers have been served with redundancy letters, effective immediately. … Continue reading
It has been a week of renewed struggle at Milan’s San Raffaele Hospital, with mass meetings, rooftop occupations, demonstrations and fights with the police. After months of calm since the last round of protests at the end of 2012, Monday … Continue reading
Agrigento: demonstration outside the prefecture. Alessandria: in the bankrupt city, the protest was led by public employees, demonstrating against cuts by the central government. Ancona: approximately 1.000 people (students, workers, migrants) marched through the city. The movement part of the … Continue reading
On October 2, urban transportation was blocked for nearly 24 hours in every Italian city, in a 1-day strike organized by several unions of public transport workers (Filt-Cgil, Fit-Cisl, Uiltrasporti, Ugltrasporti, and Faisa-Cisal). Transport workers are protesting the missed renewal … Continue reading
After Sicily’s initial fears of bankruptcy which were settled with extraordinary state funding, for the first time an Italian city went bankrupt. Alessandria, in the northeastern Piedmont region, has 100 million euros of deficit. The missing money wasn’t spent on … Continue reading
The Decree Although a wave of protest mounted across the nation, on July 31 the Spending Review decree was approved by the Chamber of Deputies. The bill will now have to pass in the Senate. The spending review imposes the … Continue reading