"The company behaved like an executioner, in two minutes it cut its head off." To speak is Roberto, one of the 400 workers from Mahle establishments of La Loggia and Saluzzo, in Piedmont, which in January risk losing their jobs. The multinational based in Germany which produces pistons announced a few weeks ago the closure of Piedmontese production sites. And so while the mobilization supported by the unions continues Fiom and Cisl uncertainty remains about one's future. "My husband and I met here at the factory – says Rosa – we have a two-year-old child and we live with a sword of Damocles on our heads". The motivation of the crisis of diesel sector, according to the workers, it is not enough to justify the decision of the company: "Behind this choice there is the will to go where the work costs less," explains one of the workers who ask the company to remove "the gun from their temple ". As Bruno Ieraci of Fiom Cgil Torino explains: "We are ready to reiterate any solution that guarantees employment if the company takes the ceased activity off the table". The appeal to the government therefore is to "intervene in a systemic way. Patches are no longer enough, but a real labor policy is needed in this country ".