In the evening the face to face between the premier and CGIL, CISL, UIL and Ugl. But the atmosphere doesn’t seem the most relaxed
Work decree ready for launch. The provision is expected tomorrow in the CDM and for this evening Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni will meet the unions at 7 pm to illustrate its contents. But the atmosphere on the eve certainly doesn’t seem the most relaxed.
In fact, Landini’s attack arrived yesterday on one of the central measures that the Government is preparing to launch and which provides for, according to the latest draft of the provision circulated, the replacement of the citizen’s income with the inclusion allowance. “If the news is confirmed tomorrow, the idea that at a time when poverty is on the increase, the basic income is being cut seems madness to us”, says Landini bluntly, speaking in the province of Salerno.
But, already in recent days, the unions, having heard the news of the convocation at Palazzo Chigi, had raised problems of method as well as of merit. “Being summoned when the measure has already been taken, I imagine it will be information on what the Government has already decided”, the number one of the CGIL immediately remarked. “Despite the time, we have never thought of not showing up. We are always ready for discussion, it is Meloni who does not receive us, she did it in November and is only doing it now”, was Bombardieri’s thrust.
On the merits of the provision, the evaluations are equally severe. The Uil leader speaks of “little things”, of “spot measures” in the face of a “serious situation with people who have lost purchasing power for a month”. An alarm that Landini also raises, given the “wages cut down by inflation”, while Sbarra calls for a new ‘Ciampi agreement’ against the inflationary spiral.