Genoa airport reopened
Yesterday the strike by Ansaldo Energia workers paralyzed it
The "Cristoforo Colombo" airport of Genoa-Sestri Levante is back in operation. Regularity restored of departures and arrivals. Today are regular again, after there was a suspension that lasted several hours yesterday. A return to normality announced by Ansaldo Energia workers who suspended today's strike, after yesterday they occupied the hall of the airport, thanks to an opening by the government to their requests.
And there is an immediate controversy with the President of Liguria, Giovanni Toti, and the Mayor, Marco Bucci: "No legitimate trade union disputes, but hooliganism actions that damage other workers and all citizens of Genoa. Your rights are not defended by trampling rights of others. This weakens any just claim by pitting workers against workers".
Meanwhile, Cassa Depositi e Prestiti (CDP) is open to workers' requests. Yesterday he made it known late in the evening that he is "evaluating all possible intervention initiatives, including the recapitalization of the Company, possibly with the help of other subjects, also through the conversion to equity of the shareholder loan of 200 million euros disbursed in 2019, with the aim of strengthening the company and preserving its skills and value".
Announcement positively welcomed by the regional coordinator Uilm Liguria, Antonio Apa: "Although CDP is the great absentee at these tables, the responses received during the week by the institutions are not nothing, but still offer answers, such as the safeguarding of employment until April and the wage maintenance". Finally, Uilm Genova makes it known that it will not adhere to the proposal for a general strike proposed by the other unions.
AVIONEWS - World Aeronautical Press Agency