“No strike has ever been proclaimed, nor has there been any intention to do so. We are committed to staying open and maintaining the service but we risk closing due to lack of liquidity and therefore of product. We ask for suspension temporary payment of the product and the protection of our safety “. Alessandro Zavalloni, Secretary General of Fegica Cisl (Italian Federation of Fuel and Related Managers), explains this to the microphones of the transmission “Italy has awakened”.
“We are not heroes, we are not martyrs, but we also do not want to be slaughter meat on the street. We want to believe that when the Prime Minister says we will not allow the closure of the fuel managers, it means that he will work to protect us. you can download everything on the last link in the supply chain “.
And regarding the strike announced by the petrol stations , “for over a month we have tried daily to report that there are obvious needs”, he adds, adding that “the risk is that this service will stop, not because of a strike, but because whoever manages a petrol pump today does not have more liquidity. Instead from this point of view we have not received even a response to our requests, not even on the protection of health and safety “.
Finally the trade unionist says: “We are not heroes, we are not martyrs, but we don't want to be slaughter meat on the street either.”
The operators of the fuel systems of Faib Confesercenti, Fegica Cisl, Figisc / Anisa Confcommercio have been summoned for a video conference, this afternoon at 16, by the Minister of Economic Development Stefano Patuanelli . Yesterday the managers announced that they would close the distribution plants due to the slump in fuel sales and unsustainable costs.