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Stefano Massini and Paolo Jannacci: ‘Long live dignity for workers’ – The Guests

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Stefano Massini and Paolo Jannacci: ‘Long live dignity for workers’ – The Guests

On the Ariston stage there is also space to talk about rights and deaths at work with Stefano Massini and Paolo Jannacci who arrive with the song L’uomo nel lampo. “This is the Italian song festival and love has been expressed in all its possible forms – says the writer and essayist -, but there is a love that is never talked about, the love for the rights that give us they are due to whoever you are. At Ariston I want to make a word that is dignity resonate in front of all these people: long live dignity.” Amadeus also joined Massini’s appeal: “work is a right that does not include death and protecting workers is a duty”.

Landini: ‘Grateful for having brought labor rights to Sanremo’

“The musical dialogue of Stefano Massini and Paolo Jannacci from the stage of the Ariston in Sanremo ‘L’uomo nel lampo’ is unfortunately the story of real Italy. In front of millions of Italians the two artists performed, with great talent and extraordinary sensitivity, a piece of social denunciation on deaths at work. A terrible plague that is the result of an economic model and a legislative framework that make workers a commodity. A reality that the trade union movement has always wanted to change”, states the general secretary of the CGIL , Maurizio Landini.

“We are, therefore, deeply grateful to the two artists and authors of the Sanremo festival for having put at the centre, in such a special context, the world of work, the rights and dignity of people who need to work to live”, underlines the leader of the CGIL. “We too, on the last day of the Festival, will be in Sanremo with the camper of our category of school, university and research workers, to give voice to the reasons of the world of work, through the campaign we are carrying out against ‘differentiated autonomy”, concludes Landini.

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