"Unworthy and unacceptable scenes in Italian stations". This was said by Deputy Prime Minister and Minister Matteo Salvini commenting on the consequences of today's strike, with "delays, cancelled trains and long queues of exasperated citizens".
"Out of respect for those who have lost their lives at work, we have not intervened, as has happened recently, but it is clear that the sacrosanct right to mobilize cannot cancel that of millions of citizens who have to travel." For Salvini, "today makes it even more evident that strikes lasting too many hours have very heavy repercussions on the lives of too many innocent people. I find that intolerable. It is my intention to do everything in the future to ensure that such scenes do not happen again, although I hope that the unions will avoid unreasonable actions." Thus a note from MIT.
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