(ANSA) – ROME, JULY 12 – The minimum wage should be introduced by law. If you intervene with bargaining, you need a law on representation. This was supported by the president of INPS, Pasquale Tridico in an interview with Radio24, explaining that the introduction of the threshold with bargaining must also be done by making a law on representation otherwise it risks being inapplicable. “The goal is to raise wages, he said, you get there with bargaining or you get there with a legal minimum threshold is indifferent, the important thing is that the goal is respected. Looking at the European Union, I see that where wages are minimum was legally introduced, it did not cause an increase in unemployment or a displacement of collective bargaining. and then the erga omnes imposition. If you manage to do this it is fine but if you fail to make the wages they are pulled down by pirate bargaining “.