Street vendors, resorts, and taxi drivers-united against the Bolkestein and Uber. Sit in a Montecitorio

Published on Feb 21, 2017

Street vendors, resorts, and taxi drivers-united against the Bolkestein and Uber. The representatives of the three categories have been given an appointment this morning before 8, in front of Montecitorio, where 2-300 protesters are pressing on the deputies that today, in the context of the examination of the decree Milleproroghe, will vote on the standard (already approved by the Senate), which moves to 31st December 2018 the expiry of the concessions of street trading. Street vendors, resorts, and taxi drivers-united against the Bolkestein and Uber. Sit in a Montecitorio. For the sixth consecutive day the taxi service is stopped, and Rome are coming from all over Italy, the taxi drivers: piazza Montecitorio is already full. A banner reads ‘The public service taxi is not for sale ‘. It starts today at the Chamber in the discussion of the "Milleproroghe" that contains an amendment that, according to the category, deregolamenta the sector. At 15 it is expected the meeting between the trade unions of taxi drivers is the minister Delrio. Taxi fermi in Rome and in Turin, in anticipation of meeting with the Transport minister, Graziano Delrio. A new presidium authorized is in progress in the piazza Castello, in Turin. Approximately 200 drivers will reach Rome. There will be three representatives in turin in the category at the national table. But it's not just the taxi drivers to express to piazza Montecitorio, where you are given an appointment and also street vendors. “With the amendment adopted in the Committee on Constitutional Affairs in the Senate of the sector of street trading is again precipitated in the uncertainty – explain in a note. The start-up company, for example, have been reset: a nightmare for 196.000 total enterprises. With this wrong policy, the Government has made sure that Italy (and Spain, only in part) is the only european country to have included the traders trade on public areas in the directive. To those who say that we must not subject ourselves to the Bolkestein say, ‘just lies’!” “We will not accept passively that is to be removed from our activities, started and grown with many sacrifices, they conclude, the street. The institutions are hostage of the disputes inside of the first majority party: while the president of the Pd Orfini appeals to block the bans, the party did not listen to him. And while the Pd fights, an entire category of business is precarizzata, left in uncertainty, weakened until they are destroyed”. (ANSA)

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