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ROME - MARCH 23

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THREE MILLION PEOPLE SAY YES
TO DEMOCRACY AND WORKERS' RIGHTS
AND NO TO TERRORISM

Rome- Circo Massimo

Cgil, Cisl, Uil / General Strike, 16 April 2002

The reasons for the strike

"The National Boards of Cgil, Cisl, Uil called a one-day general strike for Tuesday 16 April in order to support the proposals of the confederal trade unions aimed at opposing the positions of the Government". In a unitary press release Cgil, Cisl, Uil confirm the reasons for the strike and explain how it will take place...

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Rome March 23 / Cofferati's speech

Against terrorism and for rights of workers

Cofferatiís first words were for Marco Biagi: "a man of learning at the service of the State". The secretary general opened his speech at the Circo Massimo, facing an "audience" so large that it seemed to be never-ending, remembering the Professor assassinated by the Red Brigades...

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Rome March 23 / The Cgil's demonstration

Rome is invaded by people for rights

Three million people: this according to CGIL was the number of participants in the Roman demonstration. An impressive number, three times the one million people expected by the confederation (already an extraordinarily high number)...

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Rome March 23 / Interview with Sergio Cofferati

Terrorism will never win

This interview was originally to be a different one. As different was the idea for the demonstration on March 23rd. It should have been a festive day and also a day for fighting for rights, labour rights, but not only...

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Marco Biagi murdered by terrorist

United statement by Cgil, Cisl and Uil

CGIL CISL UIL secretariats reconfirm the clearest and most uncompromising condemnation of terrorism and of the use of violence...

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Biagi Jiust like D'Antona

When the trade union is the enemy

Biagi just like D'Antona, assassinated because he was linked to the world of labour, because as a scholar and an expert he cooperated with the government, or rather with the centre-left and the centre-right governments that followed one another over the past few years....

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