The work of Mario Draghi also displeases the trade unions. Maurizio Landini, number one of the CGIL, was interviewed by Sky Tg 24 Economia and pointed the finger at the premier: “The strike is a tool for obtaining results. Our goal is the results. Now we have decided to campaign for assemblies in the workplace, and regional demonstrations. If there is no confrontation in November, no answers will arrive, we are not ruling out anything ”.
The warning about the possible agitation in the event of a lack of agreement with the executive was also reiterated in an interview with La Stampa by Landini himself: “First of all, the issue of taxation matters. How the 8 billion planned to reduce taxes are spent, which must not be dispersed in a thousand streams. We think they should all be used to increase the net payroll for employees and retirees. You can think about the forms, but that’s where you need to send a signal, to the world of work, other than cutting the IRAP. From 2015 to 2021, adding up all the incentives given to the business system, a total of 170 billion is reached. Now it’s up to pension wages. Draghi – accuses the trade unionist – postpones and does not solve the problems, we have not received any answers on the critical points reported ”.