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  15. Mass rally of Italian public-sector workers

    Around 100,000 Italian civil servants took to the streets and marched through Rome last Saturday. Representatives of all the civil service unions took part. Their demands included new contracts, which have not been renewed for several years and a substantial pay rise for the three million civil servants. Union leaders are threatening a general strike next month.

    Some on the march carried effigies of Prime Minister Matteo Renzi but with an elongated nose parodying Pinocchio, because of his broken promises over new contracts. Unemployment in Italy is at its highest level since the 1970s at over 12 percent and over 40 percent for youth.

    http://www.wsws.org/en/articles/2014/11/14/wkrs-n14.html

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