The appointments are scheduled in Bologna (May 6), Milan (May 13) and Naples (May 20). The aim is to “support the unitary requests made by the CGIL, CISL and UIL and by the categories towards the government and the business system in order to obtain a change in industrial, economic, social and employment policies, and concrete results” on various topics, from occupational safety to pensions, passing through taxation and wages
Between April and May, a joint mobilization of the CGIL, CISL and UIL has been planned, which will organize a campaign of assemblies in the workplace and in the territories, as well as three interregional demonstrations in Bologna (May 6), Milan (May 13). and Naples (May 20).
The themes at the center of the mobilization
The mobilization, explained the unions, has the aim of “supporting the unitary requests made by the CGIL, CISL and UIL and by the categories towards the government and the business system in order to obtain a change in industrial, economic and social policies and employment, and concrete results” on different topics, from occupational safety to pensions, passing through taxation and wages. At the center of the work, in fact, are the protection of incomes from inflation, the renewal of national contracts in the public and private and then, again, the tax reform, with “a strong reduction” of the burden on work and pensions, taxation of extra profits and financial income. In addition, there will be discussions on the enhancement of employment and financing linked to the system public health and social care to support the right to health as well as the education and training system.
Stop the deaths at work
With these initiatives, the unions also want to say “enough” to deaths at work, asking, at the same time, to combat occupational diseases and precariousness, giving priority to safety at work in the procurement system, eliminating cascading subcontracting and perpetrating the contrast to the mafias and illegal hiring.Cgil, Cisl and Uil finally insist on the reform of the social security system and on industrial and investment policies “shared with the world of work to negotiate the environmental and digital transition”.