Rome – The workers of Roma Multiservizi took to the streets again to protest against the notice of expression of interest launched by the Campidoglio to find an operator who takes care of the Global service in the schools of the Capital.
After the protest last week under the Capitol, this morning about 400 employees of the company 51% owned by Ama gathered under the Capitoline School department asking for the withdrawal of the publication of the expression of interest for about 66 million euros. Any interested operators will have time until 12 to respond. Meanwhile, a delegation of trade unions is meeting with the technicians of the department.
“There is a climate of tension and anger- the secretary of the CGIL of Rome and Lazio, Natale Di Cola, explained to the agency. Furthermore, we record great inconvenience in schools that are unable to guarantee services, because so many workers are participating in this assembly “.
Two requests: “The Capitol must withdraw the expression of interest and then the mayor Raggi and the councilor Mammi ‘must meet these workers to take responsibility for this chaos they have created- continued Di Cola- In this phase of restart after the closures due to the pandemic, everything was needed except induced social tension ”.