The same Count then also had to deal with former Ilva employees asking for the immediate intervention of the executive. What is being consumed in Taranto is a "war" between the employees and the Tarantines themselves who for years have been denouncing an environmental alarm in the city due to the presence of the steel plant. Many with banners and shouts have said to count "we want to live".
But it's not over here. The premier has listened to some representatives of the citizens who do not want the establishment in the city: "Via the shield for Mittal, in Taranto everything is granted, is the life of the tarantins worth less than those of Genoa?". In short, the tension a Taranto it immediately rose to the stars. The government continues to grope in the dark and is unable to offer a solution for a real change of course in the management of a crisis so profound that it puts the work of more than 10 thousand people at risk. The Ilva affair also declined on the political front with a risky confrontation in the majority right on the tax shield for the company. Di Maio's words this afternoon on this point are rather heavy: "If the PD presents an amendment on the shield it is a problem for the government". A declaration of war by the 5 Stars against the dem. The Ilva game is long and is likely to close badly for the executive. A government that has to deal with a dramatic split between those who want to save jobs and those who use the current crisis to revive the idea of closing the factory.