Train massacre, Mattarella’s anger: “Dying at work is an outrage to the value of coexistence”

The president of Italy, Sergio Mattarella, strongly condemns deaths in the workplace, stating that it is an outrage to the value of coexistence. A minute of silence was observed for the victims of a railway accident in Brandizzo, Torino. The outrage and grief are felt nationwide. The president of the Senate, Ignazio La Russa, also expresses his condolences and calls the deaths at work unacceptable. Employees of the Rfi company will go on a four-hour strike tomorrow to protest against these deaths. Maurizio Landini, the general secretary of CGIL, emphasizes the need for action to stop this massacre immediately. Other strikes are planned for Monday in Vercelli and Piedmont. Landini expresses anger, stating that the safety procedures for railway maintenance are not adequate, leading to too many tragedies. He calls for an end to deaths in the workplace and demands responsibility from the government and institutions. Other trade unions and officials also express their condolences and call for a thorough investigation into the incident.

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