“We stop until the government takes it away”


“We are willing to go on until the green pass is removed.” He told Rainews, Stefano Puzzer, spokesperson for the coordination of port workers of Trieste. “It is time to stop the economy, which is perhaps the only signal we can give to this state, to make it understand that there are many people in difficulty, many people who will remain without a salary, and only because they have exercised a free choice that of not getting the vaccine. Now it seems clear to me that this green passport is only a non-medical economic maneuver ”. Puzzer then said that if today “there is no news and the decree is not withdrawn tomorrow we will block the port of Trieste, both inbound and outbound”.

Will the other ports also participate in the protest? “The demonstration will take place tomorrow and people will see that the news that has been given, that the other places disagree, tomorrow there will be evidence that it is not so” – About the opposition of the confederal unions to their protest, Puzzer he said: “the confederal unions are a lifetime that they are not on the side of the workers can take the positions they want we’ll see tomorrow how many people will be present at the dockers.”

Toti: “We constantly monitor the situation in port”

“We are carefully monitoring the situation of port workers, participating in all the discussion tables with our Health Service, which has made itself available to the port system, understanding the difficulties imposed by the new rule that introduces the obligation of the Green Pass on Friday. workplaces. We are sure that in these hours common sense and the great responsibility of the workers will prevail. We therefore hope that in Liguria the port will continue to work regularly over the next few days, remaining one of the fixed points and a fundamental engine for the economy of the whole country ». Thus the president of the Liguria Region Giovanni Toti regarding the possible protest of Ligurian dockers against the obligation, from Friday, of the Green Pass in the workplace.

Guarantee Commission: “Revoke strikes”

The Commission for the implementation of the law on strikes in essential public services sent a note to the Minister of the Interior expressing “particular concern” regarding the general strikes proclaimed by the Italian Federation of Intercategorical Trade Unions and the Confederation of autonomous Italian federated trade unions from 15 to October 20, inviting the latter to lift the unrest. In particular, the Commission points out “the possible occurrence, in the light of the delicate social context, of serious illicit behavior”.


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