Italian government, seeking to avert new EUCJ case over Lettori, issues 'half-hearted' decree law
ROME -- A new decree law issued by Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni's cabinet urging universities to pay back wages and pensions to foreign lecturers evidently is a 'half-hearted attempt' to prevent the European Commission referring Italy yet again to the EU Court of Justice to try and curb the racist discrimination against Lettori on the peninsula, David Petrie, Chairman of the ALLSI lecturers trade union, said Satruday.
In Article 38 of decree law number 48 published Thursday the Italian government purports to fulfill its legal obligations to its Lettori in their 35 year old struggle for fair and equal treatment as laid down in one of six of the Court of Justice of the European Union’s (CJEU) judgements in favour of the Lettori.
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