Return to Fornero law and on pensions it is a rupture between the government and the trade unions. The cold shower arrives late on Tuesday evening: “The meeting with Draghi it didn’t go well. There are some partial answers on the reform of social safety nets but there is no government choice on where the resources will go “, explains the secretary Uil. Pierpaolo Bombardieri on the sidelines of the meeting between the premier and CGIL, CISL and UIL at Palazzo Chigi. “Tomorrow there will be no new face to face with Draghi,” Bombardieri announced again. But the talks will continue, with Draghi running the Sherpas.
“We need a guarantee pension for young people. With a system like this, in 40 years, young people will not have a public pension”, adds the worried CGIL secretary. Maurizio Landini. In short, the air you breathe in the unions is heavy. There is talk in no uncertain terms of an “arm wrestling” that lasted two and a half hours, so much so that Draghi left the table in advance “for a commitment”, as Palazzo Chigi explains.
“On pensions there are only 600 million. There are no answers on the overall reform needed – Bombardieri’s accusation -. In the coming days, the union will evaluate forms and means of mobilization to make adequate choices. “The same tenor from Landini:” With 600 million you are not making a reform worthy of the name. The government reiterated that on Thursday it will approve the maneuver in the CDM and that this is the perimeter. We will evaluate what he will decide, what we have said is clear: if we go in a certain direction well, if they want to deal with us well, otherwise we will evaluate together with CISL and UIL what to do “.