“23% of male and female workers earn less than 780 euros per month according to INPS data: Italy has now become a democratic republic founded on poor work”.
This was stated by Aboubakar Soumahoro, trade union and social activist, spokesperson for Invisibili in Movimento and President of Lega Braccianti Ets.
“Alongside these workers and these impoverished jobs, there are over 5 million people who receive a monthly pension of less than 1000 euros per month (always given INPS). The instances of this army of ‘invisible’ and forgotten people are not represented and their voices are not heard by the Palace.This is the reason why I decided to go on a hunger and thirst strike so that the Palace hears the suffering of the Royal Country.
At the meeting with the Prime Minister, Mario Draghi, I will bring concrete proposals to give answers to the millions of human beings who are struggling to make it to the end of the month “.
From what we learn, the meeting between the activist and Prime Minister Draghi should be held within days. The date has not yet been set.
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