Matteo Salvini's words "actually mask an attack on the right to strike. In our country, it is the Constitution that guarantees this. Strikes are not a right of trade unions or trade unionists, it is a right of the people." This was stated by the General Secretary of the CGIL Maurizio Landini in response to reporters in Brussels. "In Italy there is a law wanted by the trade unions, which does not exist elsewhere in the EU, in which we have agreed to regulate strikes in the public sectors," Landini explained, adding that the precept "is unacceptable, and is an authoritarian and anti-democratic logic."
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