Left lacks coherent alternative policies
"We don’t want a militarised city; we want to decide our own future".
On Tuesday, 16 January, five thousand people demonstrated and blocked
the railway station at Vicenza in north-eastern Italy.
One and half million public and private sector workers in Italy went on
strike on Friday 17 November.
Six months after it narrowly defeated the right-wing government of
Silvio Berlusconi, Romano Prodi’s centre-left coalition in Italy is
hanging by a thread.
‘Unione’ government plans pension ‘reforms’ and job ‘deregulation’
Letter from CWI’s councillors to ‘rebel’ Senators
Now workers and ’communist’ parliamentarians must mobilise to prevent
attacks from ’centre-left’
Workers’ representatives will have to fight for real change
Silvio Berlusconi, the tycoon prime minister of Italy for five years,
has finally tendered his resignation.
Workers must act to block the return of the tycoon prime minister
Opposition to Berlusconi but ‘Unione’no real alternative