«You don’t have to pay to work. The tampons are free“. This is what the CGIL leader asks, Maurizio Landini who in an interview published by Repubblica insists on the need to «get everyone vaccinated, without having to pay to work. Then a warning to the government: «Enough meetings in which he informs us about what he has already decided. We want to compare ourselves, ”he says.
“We trade unions – Landini said during the interview – continue to think that the best measure is to make the vaccine mandatory for all citizens, not just for workers. We are convinced that the collective right to health comes before anything else. It is with this same logic that a year and a half ago we put health and safety, with the protocols signed with companies, before the value of profits ».
“The compulsory nature of the green certificate does not mean that vaccination is compulsory”
“We hope that the government’s choice on the Green Pass pushes people to get vaccinated, however, there remains a contradiction: the mandatory nature of the green certificate does not mean – he explains – that vaccination is mandatory, just show the swab, so it remains the freedom also not to get vaccinated. But then imposing a cost to exercise the right to work in a country with low wages is wrong and risks being counterproductive with respect to the declared objective ».
“We think that between now and October 15, when the decree comes into force, we can change and return to the system in force until August: tax credit for the expenses incurred by companies for tampons, – are the proposals launched by the Secretary general of the CGIL – free for workers, and the sanitation of the workplace. The tax credit must be refinanced until the end of the year and we are also ready to evaluate with our counterparties the temporary recourse to the resources of supplementary health funds or those of bilateral bodies ».
Orlando opens additional discounts on tampons for work
The Minister of Labor Andrea Orlando shows openings to the possibility of providing for further price calming on the pads for the green pass that is used for work purposes. «Whoever goes to work somehow finds himself in a different condition from whoever goes to the cinema. It seems reasonable to me to take this difference into account, ”he said speaking at a CGIL conference in Florence together with the general secretary Maurizio Landini.
“I have always believed that it is right to calm down and think about a tampon at an even lower price but I am against free tampons: because it is a mistake to say that whether you vaccinate or not is the same thing – continued Orlando -. We can also discuss how much this division must be but in the end there is a division. Why say that if you don’t get vaccinated it’s okay and I don’t think it’s right. “
Moreover, “we will have to calibrate the provision, because it has an ambition to use the month to restart the processes” on vaccinations done voluntarily. “Here I express my position, and as we know – the minister specified – the government structure is large, but I think it is reasonable to think of further calming interventions among the various reasons for which the swab is done, but we must not go under the threshold at which it becomes equal to vaccinate or not ».
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