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25 May 2019 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 05:55 GMT+2

October 31, 2018

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Uiltrasporti denunciation Hush the MIT on the lay-offs in Liberty Lines

Fantappiè: the behavior of the Ministry is inconceivable

Uiltrasporti denunciation that the Ministry of Infrastructures and the Transports is not striving in order to tackle to the problem of the procedures of collective lay-off in course regarding workers of the Liberty Lines, company of navigation to which the Ministry it has not renewed the contract of concession of the service of fast marine transport of passengers on the draft Messina-Reggio Calabria, service that is time carried out from the Bluferries company of the group Italian Railroads of the State.

"They are the 72 - the national secretary of the Uiltrasporti has remembered, Paolo Fantappiè - marine ones of the Liberty Lines society in lay-off procedure, for a change of allocation of the concession of service Messina-Reggio Calabria, decided from the Infrastructure and Ministry of Transportation, causing this dramatic consequence". "In spite of the urgent demand for encounter to the MIT made from the unions - the representative of the labor organization has explained - still all it shuts up, in spite of the involved gravity of the situation of the marine ones and their families".

"Uiltrasporti - it has concluded Fantappiè - stigmatizes the behavior of the inconceivable MIT. Not we succeed to comprise neither Hush neither the lack of initiative of the central institutions. We iterate, therefore, the demand for an immediate participation of the government, in order to tackle to the drama of these marine ones".

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