Italy - Unions to strike over working conditions in justice department - January 21, 2010

The FP-CGIL, UILPA, RDB and FLP union organisations are co-ordinating strike action over working conditions in the justice department on 5 February. They are protesting at the government’s failure to allocate proper funding to the justice system in the current budget. The unions argue that, as a result of government cuts, some courts are facing closure and employees are seeing their working conditions deteriorate, with a failure to recruit and train adequate numbers of staff.




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