(ANSA) – TURIN, 17 SEPT – A thousand inhabitants of the Chisone and Germanasca valleys – according to the data of the organizers – took part in the march in Villar Perosa (Turin) to ask for initiatives against industrial decline and the loss of jobs. With the 14 mayors at the helm, the demonstrators followed the route from the former Sachs plant, closed for over 10 years, and Primotecs, the company that recently requested the redundancy fund in derogation for the Villar Perosa production unit and that of Avigliana, both in severe crisis.
The mayor of Villar Perosa and President of the Union of Municipalities, Marco Ventre, described the employment situation and asked politics, especially in post-electoral projection, for “concrete interventions”. Simone Gay, mayor of Porte, stressed the need to intervene for the solution of the “traffic problems that historically afflict this territory”. Nadia Brunetto, mayor of Perosa Argentina, addressed the topic of school, with a message to the next national government for “special attention to those realities that are further penalized by the difficulties of moving” The mayor of San Germano Chisone spoke about health , Andrea Garrone, while the mayor of Pomaretto, Danilo Breusa. raised the issue of the representativeness of small municipalities.
To make the proximity of the two religious communities felt there were the bishop of Pinerolo, Mons. Derio Olivero and the president of the Waldensian Diaconia pastor Francesco Sciotto; the mayor of Pinerolo, Luca Salvai and the national president of Uncem, Marco Bussone also took part. (HANDLE).
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