It is the day of the delegates to the 16th CDLS Congress. The opportunity to explore the hottest topics, starting from the assumption that for “Transform San Marino”, in the era of the pandemic, it is necessary to restart from work, from greater equity, from social dialogue. Eyes on contracts, some of which have expired for over 10 years, noting the need to launch one strong strategy on bargaining. CDLS is also ready to mobilize against this long paralysis.
It affects the health crisis; then the chapter Welfare: “There is a need for more universalistic welfare state” – underlined the delegates. Focus also on the formation, “Indispensable for the requalification in all sectors, especially – it was said – to adapt it to the technological changes taking place”. There was no lack of references to tense relations with the San Marino Confederation of Labor. “For months – it was pointed out – the CSU secretariat has not. Clarification is needed “.
Very satisfied with the qualified contribution of the delegates, Gianluca Montanari outgoing general secretary and probably on the way to reconfirmation. In its relation yesterday, at the opening of proceedings, he especially insisted on the issues of banks, public debt, structural reforms, relations with Europe. Issues to be framed all within a single frame, namely which one Country-project build to give San Marino a solid future. Hence the appeal to “put in place a ‘control room’ for the rehabilitation of the system”.
From the CDLS Congress also comes the Strong warning to the Government to proceed as soon as possible to the signing of the Convention against violence and harassment in the workplace, Convention that concerns not only physical but also verbal abuse, in addition to the phenomena of stalking and mobbing. “From March to today, – Montanari recalled from the stage – and despite repeated reminders, the Government did not proceed with ratification; a gap to be filled urgently, – he exhorts – hopefully as early as the next Great and General Council ”. From the Secretary of State for Labor Teodoro Lonfernini, who spoke at the evening, no precise indication on the start of the ratification process but the assurance “that the Government does not lackcommitment to arrive at the signature as soon as possible“. Too much time has already been wasted ”- Montanari replied, CDLS will ensure that the promises are kept.