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Italy: Petrol sellers not satisfied with Meloni’s government – 48-hour strike

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The Italian Prime Minister reiterated today that she is not going to change the recent government decree which, among other things, stipulates that petrol stations must post on a daily basis the average price of fuel in the country

A 48-hour strike by petrol station owners in Italy begins tomorrow night. The attempts to suspend the mobilization, by holding two meetings between the Meloni government and the gas stations of the country, did not lead to a positive result.

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The Italian Prime Minister reiterated today that she is not going to change the recent government decree which, among other things, stipulates that petrol stations must post on a daily basis the average price of fuel in the country.

“We have already held two meetings, the government did not approve these measures to target this category but instead to recognize that there are too many honest professionals,” said Georgia Meloni.

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Italian petrol stations, however, insist that the increase in the price of fuel is not due to their own profit, recalling that the new government in Rome did not renew the tax cut approved by Mario Draghi’s government and consider that “a campaign has been launched which they believe is aimed at slandering them”.

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