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“New social pact in the name of Tina”: the leaders of the CISL pay homage to Anselmi

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The national secretary Sbarra inaugurates the Castelfranco office named after the former minister. And Rai will complete the fiction And from Massimiliano Paglini there will also be news on the Rai fiction dedicated to Anselmi: “In recent days we have been contacted by Rai for advice on the trade union part of Tina Anselmi’s life: we have created a contact with Francesca Meneghin (also a partisan, Vittoriese ed), a great friend of hers with whom she had worked together in the textile sector ». In short, it seems that the way has now been paved towards this dutiful homage to one of the most representative women of Italian politics, resumed after a period of stalemate.

CASTELFRANCO. “A new great social pact in the name of Tina Anselmi”: this is the invitation of the general secretary of the CISL, Luigi Sbarra, yesterday in the city for the inauguration of the new union headquarters in Piazza Serenissima, dedicated to the first woman minister of the Republic .

A simple ceremony, but full of meaning in which the CISL leaders took part, together with the sisters of Tina Anselmi, Gianna and Teresa, the mayor of Castelfranco Stefano Marcon also as president of the Province, the mayor of Treviso Mario Conte as president of Anci Veneto.

“It was a moral duty – said the secretary of the CISL Treviso Belluno Massimiliano Paglini – this dedication to Tina Anselmi, to affirm those rights on which she worked all her life, continuing her work in defense of the less fortunate, recalling her intuitions for the creation of the National Health Service as well as the beginning of the journey towards the recognition of gender equality ».

THE NEW TRADE UNION

As is well known, Tina Anselmi’s activity, after the partisan experience, was precisely as a CISL activist in the textile sector, indeed she was one of the founders of the “new” union in the post-war period. “An initiative of absolute value – continued Secretary General Sbarra – to open a new office in this difficult phase that the country is experiencing: this means taking root more in the territory, being with the people, working for the people, offering of representation and protection. And it is a strong emotion to dedicate it to Tina Anselmi, an important and wonderful act to remember this great woman, a precious reserve of the state. His phrase “To change the world you have to be there” is a powerful, incredibly timely manifesto. It means taking on the burden of a share of responsibility to be spent in the realization of the common good.

We all have to contribute to common objectives which for us remain work, its quality, its stability, its centrality. We need social cohesion in the perspective of helping the country to rise again. Together it is possible ».

RAI THINKS IT

A figure that of Tina Anselmi that her union intends to enhance more and more: “After the release of the text” The young Tina Anselmi “, written by Mauro Pitteri – added the regional secretary Gianfranco Refosco – we are completing the volume on her experience politics, always edited by Pitteri, with a focus on the measures taken by Tina Anselmi in favor of women ».

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And from Massimiliano Paglini there is also news on the Rai fiction dedicated to Anselmi: “In recent days we have been contacted by Rai for advice on the trade union part of Tina Anselmi’s life: we have created a contact with Francesca Meneghin (also a partisan, vittoriese ed), a great friend of hers with whom she had worked together in the textile sector ». In short, it seems that the way has now been paved towards this dutiful homage to one of the most representative women of Italian politics, resumed after a period of stalemate.

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