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Gov’t must say 'Enough!' to lay-offs, CGIL leader says

Camusso urges 'participation' against 'tweets, royal decrees

Gov’t must say 'Enough!' to lay-offs, CGIL leader says

Bologna, January 14 - The government must say "Enough!" to lay-offs, the leader of Italy's biggest trade union confederation CGIL said Thursday. Susanna Camusso's comment came in response to the situation at coffee and vending machine manufacturer Saeco in Bologna, a subsidiary of Dutch electronics company Philips, which risks losing 243 workers due to lay-offs. "The right words that the government should say concerning Saeco, but also for the infinite other disputes underway is: enough of lay-offs. It's simple," she said. Instead "what we are seeing is uncertainty and weakness, born of the choices that have been made" on a political level, Camusso added. The CGIL chief also reaffirmed the need for a new "participation in a country that speaks in 'tweets' and royal decrees". This would also take the form of the special consultation being organised by the confederation among its members with a view to proposing a new workers' statute introducing universal labour rights.

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