«Common proposal with the oppositions on the minimum wage». Whistles in Calenda- Corriere.it
The secretary of the Pd Elly Schlein intervened during the round table with Giuseppe Conte, Carlo Calenda, Nicola Fratoioanni at the CGIL congress in Rimini, invited by Maurizio Landini
Today we are speaking with the political forces representing the opposition. From our point of view, at a time when everything is changing, with a crisis of representation between citizens and politics, the basic question is we want to go back to giving voice and representation to the world of work and what structural reforms we want to make to go in this direction. Cos the general secretary of the CGIL, Maurizio Landini, during the meeting with opposition leaders at the national congress. Wages are poor, there is an unprecedented level of precariousness, a tax system that does not hold up. On all of these things, what does the opposition want to do, is it able to measure itself in this direction and what relationship does it want to have with the union organisations?, he asked.
Elly Schlein hopes for a unified management
There is a battle on which all the oppositions have made bills or motions on which I hope and hope that we will be able to find a unified direction and I am immediately available to discuss how to change our proposal to find the one on the minimum wage, to fix, alongside a strengthening of collective bargaining, a threshold under which it is said that it is not work but exploitation, the secretary of the Democratic Party intervenes Elly Schlein during the round table with Giuseppe Conte, Carlo Calenda, Nicola Fratoioanni at the CGIL congress in Rimini, invited by Landini himself.
Carlo Calenda: Attention to social issues and welfare
I am interested in talking about issues relating to the welfare state, welfare, minimum wage health care, collective bargaining. We are not here for any group photos, says the leader of Action instead, Charles Calendaunderlining that M5S and Pd are one thing, we are another thing not because we dislike each other but because we have different ideas on the political agenda.
I could not govern with the Democratic Party, M5S and the Left because I do not share the foreign policy line, he continues, citing his support for Ukraine. The audience in Rimini rumbles, someone whistles. And Calenda from the stage: Do you want me to sing to you All you need is love or tell you how things are?.
Then the leader of Action adds that he does not agree with the criticisms of the Jobs Act: It is not true that the Jobs Act has not created jobs. And then I'm absolutely not convinced of the M5S and Pd's environmental policies.
Giuseppe Conte's intervention for a pact between the oppositions
A pact between the oppositions starting from concrete proposals such as those on the minimum wage which a battle that has always been of the M5S. The leader of the M5S also speaks from the stage of the CGIL in Rimini, Joseph Conte. The real challenge - he declares - is to find ourselves all on the ground of concrete proposals and the contents of these proposals are a common action perspective. Above all because we are faced with a government that from the very first day unveiledly announced a neo-conservative political framework that announced a program that it is having difficulty implementing, revealing its inadequacy.
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March 16, 2023 (change March 16, 2023 | 1:41 pm)
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