(ANSA) - ROME, MARCH 24 - Almost a month has passed since four workers from Portovesme srl decided to climb a chimney of the Sulcis plant to a height of 100 meters to solicit a solution on the cost of energy which weighs on the two Sardinian plants of the Glencore in Portovesme and San Gavino.
To date, however, a firm point has not been reached and the unions announce new protests that could be just as sensational.
It will be the assembly of workers - including those of metalworking contracts - on Monday 27 to establish forms and times.
The Ministry of Business and Made in Italy - where the second national dispute table was held, which ended with a black smoke - has put in place the tax credit for 3 months which should have the go-ahead on the 31st in the next cabinet meeting.
Then he asked for the plants to be restarted, pressing the company on energy tariffs which are no longer the high ones recorded last year with the start of the war in Ukraine.