Tuesday, 28 December 2010
Trento, Italy - Italian Confederation of Workers’ Unions (CISL) headquarters window smashed
22 Dec. 2010 - TRENTO. "CISL the bosses' servants." After Naples, Padua, Caserta, Terni, yesterday it happened to Trento. Yet another act of vandalism (the first in the province) in respect of the union whose "only blame is to have opened a dialogue with the employers" said the alarmed secretary of the CISL.
In addition to writing in black paint, there was also broken glass. An increasingly tense atmosphere, manifested by inflamed local assemblies of metal workers, while at national level one culminated with candellotti [sticks of dynamite? tear gas? smoke bomb?] launched in September at the national secretary Raffaele Bonanni.
The incident happened at about two am in Trento during the night between Monday and Tuesday, when the window was smashed in the apartment building, probably with a club, where the headquarters of CISL services and pensioners section have their headquarters in via Verde.
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