- ROME, NOVEMBER 29 - "Let's get on a running train that is derailing", says former Ilva minister Adolfo Urso.
"By contravening the agreements made, it produces three million tons, it should have produced six. We are already with a plant that is shutting down", he underlines.
"We talked to everyone", starting with the CEO, says Urso: "Nobody says it's closing but suddenly, overnight, instead comes the news that it closes the gates to related workers. But we continued communication with the company because we are responsible people".
"That billion" foreseen as an injection of resources "we want it to be conditional on governance", the minister reiterates: "Now the state does not exist".
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