Skip the criminal shield for Ilva: postponed to an ad hoc decree. Unions against the government
The article of the dl business dedicated to the issue of criminal immunity for the former Ilva, now Arcelor Mittal, would come out of the business decree, in essence it would be 'removed', in the face of the government's commitment to address the topic in a other venue, with an ad hoc tool or measure. According to majority sources, this would be the framework reached on the subject.
Therefore, the suppressive amendment of article 14 of the 'save-companies' law would be voted, which restored for Arcelor Mittal the legal protections, linking them to the implementation of the Environmental Plan. The removal of the shield was initially requested by 17 M5s MPs. Then the position had been shared by the group. A clear orientation of the Five Stars had emerged yesterday, following meetings that had taken place during the day. Then, in the Senate this morning there was a meeting of the majority group leaders attended by the Minister of Economic Development, Stefano Patuanelli. Meeting from which the broad understanding would emerge: via the shield for the former Ilva by the decree but concomitant commitment to resume the matter promptly. Will that in the Chamber should be revealed with an agenda, but above all with the intervention of Patuanelli on Tuesday, when the decree should land in the hemicycle. The Minister of Economic Development first, however, would meet the company, the Arcelor Mittal.
"The choice to change the criminal shield again for the workers Arcelor Mittal demonstrates a schizophrenic attitude of the Government, which clumsily tries to recover votes on Taranto but in reality provides a good alibi for the company to leave. The electoralistic terrapiattista approach on industrial issues is bad for the environment, workers and businesses. A masterpiece". So the general secretary of the Fim Cisl, Marco Bentivogli.
"We imagined that the solution found in the dl companies could be a point of equilibrium. & Nbsp; Putting it into discussion now risks opening up to a phase of further uncertainty". This was stated by the national secretary of Fiom CGIL, Gianni Venturi, on the hypothesis of an excerpt from the article dedicated to the former Ilva from the provision for examination by the Senate. "There is concern", explains the unionist who points out: "it is not a question of giving immunity nor much less of impunity but of legal protections that accompany a process of environmental conversion of the plants".