(Teleborsa) – Even the dossier Alitalia found space between the issues under discussion in Cabinet today. According to the sources cited by ANSA, however, no hypothesis of a decree ad hoc. It’s hot hours for the former flag carrier after protests trade unions yesterday, while in the morning the EU Commission he reiterated that no decision had yet been made on the bridging loan of 900 million granted to the company.
“On the future of the people who will remain in the old Alitalia, Minister Orlando has already identified possible solutions not only for short-term social safety nets, but also for continuous training”, guaranteed the Minister of Sustainable Infrastructures and Mobility, Enrico Giovannini. “The plan of Ita, which has been validated by the EU Commission, is a plan to grow “, explained the minister, in fact” we start with a relatively limited fleet but which already in 2022 should significantly expand its size, consistently with the recovery of the transport airplane international and gradually to grow in the following years “. “We need to have workers formats, ready to be eventually re-employed when Ita will implement a growing industrial plan ”, underlined the minister.
In the meantime, the Parliament. “We asked to audit the trade unions and the Ita Board of Directors in the joint Labor and Transport Commissions, so that Parliament is immediately informed of the industrial strategies implemented by the new company and of the employment consequences. The alarms that arise must have a clear answer “, said the chairman of the Labor Committee of the Chamber, Romina Mura (Pd), and the group leader Pd in the Transport Committee, Davide Gariglio. “As we have already asked several times – the two parliamentarians of the PD reiterated – we hope the urgent convocation by the competent ministers of a crisis table in the aviation sector, which includes all open disputes in the sector, such as Alitalia and Air Italy”. “In light of the picture that is envisaged – concluded Mura and Gariglio – this initiative can no longer be postponed”.
He also expressed himself on the subject Claudio Durigon, deputy and regional coordinator of Lazio of the Lega. “Further sacrifices on the skin of Alitalia workers are completely unacceptable. We are talking about thousands of highly skilled people who cannot be penalized for omissions and errors of others over decades of mismanagement – he said -. A dramatic social situation would be created, especially in the province of Roma when the capital needs a vector national able to support tourism and the entire economy of the territory “.