Coal workers held up in Sardinian mines

Thirty on strike asking government for production relaunch

Coal workers held up in Sardinian mines

(ANSA) - Rome, August 27 - Thirty miners for Carbosulcis coal company on the Italian island of Sardinia barricaded themselves 375 meters underground asking the government to go ahead with plans to relaunch production. The miners began their strike Sunday evening and are held up in the Nuraxi Figus and Gonnesa mines located in the Sulcis coal basin in the southwestern area of the island. Union spokesman Stefano Meletti said on Monday that workers are asking for "political answers" to create employment security.

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